The song's music video was shot in the Los Angeles' Chinatown, and features female bikers from around the globe. Asked by Pop Crush
, how she put the visual together, Platten replied:
"I live on the west side of LA and my bike is the main way I get around if I'm staying around Venice [Beach]. I love being on my bike—the speed and the feeling of the air rushing past you makes even boring errands feel like you're a little kid, ya know? So I wanted my music video shoot day to be a blast and what could make it more fun than a bunch of badass chicks on bikes?"
She added: "We flew in artistic cyclists from Germany who were insanely talented. The first time I saw them practicing stunts I completely forgot to keep singing along. I was just staring, jaw on the floor. They were the kindest, most humble but also tough and confident women, and they patiently taught me a couple of tricks. In the behind-the-scenes footage, you can see me riding on the handlebars with Sara. I was like, screaming at the cameramen, 'Quick! Capture this before I bite it!' Sorry, guys."