Conor Mason recalled how a song written about 2019 became all too relevant about 2020. "On the day it debuted on Radio One, I went down High Street near me and just saw people stealing toilet paper and buying bucket-loads of pasta," he told American Songwriter
. "I remember feeling delirious and dizzy at what was going on around me. It felt like we'd written a song about the previous year and all the lunacy on the planet, but it felt like it didn't almost belong in that year anymore. It belonged in that week."