This song celebrates the south coast of Texas. Robison explained to The Boot
: "The inspiration comes from he phenomenon of people in South Texas when -- on spring break or the weekend -- they say, 'I'm going down to the coast,' our coast at the Gulf. It just seems like a destination for a lot of people hanging out there, and the culture down there seems very relaxed. A lot of my friends go down there and my ex took me down there a lot with the kids. The song came fairly quickly to me. I woke up one morning and I heard the melody in my head, and I went and wrote it in about an hour -- which is very not like me. It usually takes me a few weeks to finish a song. So it was just so clear to me, it was more of painting a picture of this place. Everyone is familiar with the East coast and the West coast, but not so much the Texas coast."