A ska-punk island song complete with steel drums and lyrics about resisting temptation, this is possibly the most non-New Found Glory tune the band has recorded. The track arose from several different influences. Guitarist Chad Gilbert explained to Billboard
"We were doing pre-production for the album upstairs at my house. We were writing together and we went out to get lunch and 'You Can Call Me Al
' by Paul Simon came on the radio. Then that night, we all went to a show in Nashville, this punk rock show with this band Tacocat, who we love. One of the opening bands was saying onstage, 'Do what you want in life! Do what makes you happy and drink a beer!'
Earlier that day, I had a conversation with a friend of mine who has been going to rehab and struggling with drinking… If my friend got that advice, it would be very dangerous. Because what he likes is drinking, but he knows that stuff hurts him, so this whole thing hit me at once. That night, I came back and I wrote the melody. The next morning, we all got together and played it and learned a new song - the perfect storm."