Many of the songs on How to Be a Human Being
were inspired by conversations Glass Animals would have with people while on tour and the stories they'd tell. The character behind this track went through a few changes in the recording process. "We kind of realized that maybe this character as scripted had more of a playful side to him, and it would be good to inject... rather than the kind of angsty side that's there," Bayley told ABC Radio
. "There's another way of playing the song that is just piano and vocal and slowed down, and it actually sounds really sad. But I like the way we ended up doing it. It's a lot cheekier."