Though sonically this is quieter and subtler than most of the other tracks on A Flash Flood Of Colour, lyrically it definitely is not. The song finds Rou Reynolds raging against war profiteering and all things military and he explained to Kerrang!: "It's an anti-war song. Human beings have been fighting since time began, and people therefore think it's natural . But war is a symptom of culture. It's about community and working out a global system that means we don't need acts of barbarity to sort things out."