This bubbly workout is regularly used by Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats to open their shows. Nathaniel Rateliff told NPR
how producer Richard Swift captured the song's effervescent sound for Tearing At The Seams
in his own quirky way:
"A lot of the records that we all love are done in one room with, instruments bleeding [into multiple microphones] and the sound's getting crossed. We've become a live band over the last three years, and I thought it was important for us to try to have that aspect in the studio. And Richard is all for it. He's always like, let's try to do the whole thing with one mic.' That's kind of his approach. And he just likes getting weird with the music too. He'll always be like: 'It's gotta be weird, man.'"