This is the last track on Neck Deep's The Peace And The Panic album. Frontman Ben Barlow explained to Alternative Press that the band released the song as a single as "we feel it summarizes our mood well." he added: "Very directly, the message is: 'F--- all this s--t, f--- all the noise, let's just make something of ourselves before our time is up."
The song was written in Ben Barlow's brother Seb's room after rhythm guitarist Sam Bowden had come down for a couple of days. Ben Balow recalled to Kerrang:
"Seb was looking at ways to make a chorus more interesting. Normally you'd make the chorus this big, bouncy 'moment', but instead Seb wanted to make the verses super-drive-y, and the chorus take a step back. It's ended up being one of the biggest choruses on the record."