Bobby Amaru replaced Saliva's original lead singer Josey Scott in 2012 after Scott left on good terms to get away from the music business. The band has been active since 1996, so fitting in was no easy task. Saliva guitarist Wayne Swinny explained in our interview
that musically, Amaru was bridging the old band with the new on this track, and that lyrically it deals with the band overcoming their struggles. "It can also apply to world events just as easily, or someone's personal struggles, as well," Swinny said. "It's basically about picking yourself up by your bootstraps and making things better. Making things right again. And it's kind of where we are right now and it's kind of anthemic as far as our goals and what we see for the future, too. We're really looking to rise up and stake our claim and take our place back in the midst of the rock world, and the world in general."