The song was written by Sia Furler (David Guetta's "Titanium
," Rihanna's "Diamonds
"). She also acted as co-executive producer on the album. Kylie explained how she hooked up with her fellow Aussie. "I had a few sessions in with Sia in just as for writing and recording sessions," said the singer. I got along with her so well, and I admire her so much I invited her to come on board as co-executive producer, which she said yes, which was great delight and relief for me, because I wasn't sure if that was something she was interested in, but she was."
"Once she was on board, which was right away, I gave her everything I had recorded, which, at that stage, was already a lot of songs," Kylie added. "And, we just worked on that together. I would come back to London, do some more recording here and keep her in the loop. Having a female and Australian girl, one of the coolest girls I know, who has rewritten the rules of pop for herself, I'm in awe. I admire her so much, that she's done things her way. She still really appreciates people like me, who are doing the frontline pop, going out there and selling ourselves and doing things the traditional way. It meant so much to me to have her talent, her love and enthusiasm, it was just brilliant."