The song fuses the band's usual sonic aggression with a rhythm bouncy enough to make it suitable for the dance floor. Hadouken! mainman James Smith explained to Artist Direct
: "We were trying to create a fusion between rock and dance elements. When it gets to the chorus, you get this big guitar riff and a very rock-y, punk-y vocal. There's also a bass line with a drum n' bass feel. That's the music I grew up with. In London, it's been big forever. Obviously, dubstep, rave music, and dance music are too. We were trying to get something quite epic and emotional, put it all together, and combine the best of the elements for a good song that goes down really well live."