The song features vocals by Erika Forster of Brooklyn indie trio Au Revoir Simone. Forster told The Hollywood Reporter
that she saw it as hopeful, even forward-looking. "It's a really universal song because it has longing bit to it, but also this innocence," she said. "It's really sweet -- the message of, 'Let's run away together.'"
The singer added that she that connected with the spirit of the song because of how it tied into the group's name (the Simone in the band's name pays homage to the character in Pee-wee's Big Adventure
who dreams of a life in Paris). "The story of our name went along with the song, and again as a symbol of love and running away together…"