This is the second single from Fall Out Boy's comeback album, Save Rock And Roll
, which they released five years after their previous studio album, Folie à Deux
. Seeking a more modern sound, the band ditched their longtime producer Neal Avron for Butch Walker, who co-produced the Infinity On High
track "Don't You Know Who I Think I Am?" Guitarist Joe Trohman weighed in on the producer swap in a MusicRadar.com
interview. "Neal Avron did an awesome job with us, but that was a sound and an era, and I didn't think that it was a good idea to redo it. It's not dated in the way it exists, but it would be dated if we redid it," he explained.
"We wanted somebody who could help us develop a different band dynamic in the studio. Butch Walker is awesome with that, among other things he's awesome at. He really gave everybody a unique voice in the studio. He took control, and that's what you need: the captain steering the ship."