In 2010, Margo Price and husband Jeremy Ivey lost their two-week-old son, Ezra, to a heart condition. The couple took to drinking and partying to cope with their loss. During this soul-searching anthem, Price reflects on her struggles with depression and substance abuse as a result of the tragedy.
"We were playing shows... and occupying most of the bars in East Nashville. We had begun hanging with a rowdy group of degenerate musician friends and partying harder than the Rolling Stones. We were outsiders to what was going on with mainstream Nashville in every sense, and it was the beginning of my bourbon-drinking phase," Price told People
. "The song was about how many of our talented friends were drinking and partying their talents away, but after a few years had passed, we realized it was just as much about us as our friends."