Jonas Brothers drummer and percussionist Demian Arriaga told American Songwriter
this is "the most involved song percussion wise" of the sibling band's entire discography. He loves "playing straight-up Afro-Cuban patterns over this rock song. Congas, timbales, bongos - it has it all!"
Arriaga added the icing on the cake is, "There's always pyro on this song, so I always feel like Lars Ulrich or Tommy Lee."