The song's music video was directed by Pop Evil's longtime collaborator Johan Carlén. "We challenged ourselves to come up with something different for the viewer," Leigh Kakaty told Songfacts
. "Johan brought our vision to a whole new light, as it's reflected through this amazing piece of art."
The video relates to the band's underdog mentality. Said Kakaty: "It's very metaphorical to how Pop Evil was 'us against the world' in some instances. When you think of Michigan rock and roll, you think of Detroit, you don't think of Grand Rapids or the western side of the state. And that's where we came from. So we always felt like we were in a whole other different world, trying to fight through to be heard. Now we can finally represent that in kind of a superhuman way. Normal people have superhuman powers sometimes when you can make the difference and you just decide to be more positive."