The song finds Kesha sporting a rockier tone to her vocals, influenced by her love of '70s music. While the "TiK ToK
" singer's previous records were dominated by synth sounds and Auto-Tune, she included more guitar-based songs on Warrior
. Dr Luke, who produced much of the album, explained to Billboard
magazine how she changed up her style for the set. "You're going to hear her voice more," he said. "She asked for less production tricks and stuff like that this time. There are more guitars on the record now, too; on (Animal
), Kesha was the one who told me, 'Under no circumstance will I have any guitars on the record.' That wasn't really my call. So we made those (songs) without guitars. This record we're allowed to use a little guitar."