Frontman Jason Wade
wrote this when he was 16 and going through hard times. It was included on the band's first indie record, 1,000 copies of which were pressed back when they were called Bliss. Wade decided to re-record the song when he realized how much it meant to people.
He recalled on his record label's website: "That was fun to record because of its starkness. We love the idea of the title, surrounded by negative space, like the a cappella beginning. Because when you're lost in confusion, no matter how much is going on around you, you're still alone."