The Haim sisters wrote this song with British pop soul songstress Jessie Ware and her frequent songwriting partner, Nu-Folk artist Kid Harpoon. The American trio met Ware through a mutual friend while they were on tour in London and despite her tight schedule, managed to pen this tune during a five-hour lunch. Haim didn't set out to write a song that would end up on Days On Gone
since as Alana of the trio explained to Radio.com
, "It was mostly like, 'Let's write a song so you don't get in trouble,'" but they soon realized it was too good to pass up.