It was Brice who had initially demoed the tune. Niemann recalled to The Boot
receiving a phone call from his pal, telling him, "I found this song that Curb put on hold for me, but it sounds like something you'd record. So I want to give it to you if you want it."
"I thought, 'What are you implying? Why don't you want this song?'" Niemann added. "And then when I heard it, I realized it was something that I'd love to be a part of."
However, after Brice listened to it a few more times he decided that he wanted to be part of the song as well. "We always talked about recording music together, so we thought, 'Why don't we go do it? Just figure it out?'" Niemann said. "We went old school: We stood in the same room. We used two different mics, but we sang at the same time, like back in the day when you had to. It made it way cooler, I guess, the vibe of being there together and capturing the essence of the hang in the studio."