This stomping track finds the former Oasis frontman challenging the rock pretenders. "That's to every little s--tbag wannabe rock star who thinks they're doing this rock'n'roll business a service, because there's a lot of them out there that ain't," Liam Gallagher told NME. "I look at the likes of U2… Even years ago they were going, 'We're coming back to claim f---in' rock'n'roll' and all that nonsense. For me, they haven't wrote any masterpieces – for a band that f---in' big, with all the f---in' stuff they've got at their disposal they should be writing masterpieces. They're certainly no Beatles. It's like 'You'd better run, you'd better hide' because this album's gonna give you a f---in' clip round the ear or a kick up the arse."
Many believe Liam's brother Noel is one of the rock "pretenders" this track is directed at. When this was suggested by The Sunday Times, Noel Gallagher snapped: "There were a few on his last two as well. You'd think he'd write songs about his divvy ex-wife, having just been divorced from her, know what I mean?"