This is close to a floor filler, something the Californian punksters have only briefly dabbled with in the past. "This song is sort of a left turn, kind of going into something more of a four-on-the-floor dance groove," Armstrong told MTV News. "[Bassist] Mike [Dirnt] was really like, 'Well, let's do something that's more like Blondie's "Heart Of Glass
," kind of a disco feel to it.' We've always kind of got into grooves and things like that, with like 'When I Come Around
' and 'Brain Stew
,' but this is the first time we went full-on dance
music, but with a Green Day approach to it."