Gaskarth considers the song to be a big "middle finger" to those expecting him and Hoppus to come up with a pop-punk sound. Instead they're saying, "We get to do what we want."
"It's just brash and trashy and sultry and gross and sludgy and weird," he said to Alternative Press
. "It felt like it married our backgrounds - coming up from pop-punk and punk rock and the mindset of that - with these new trashy sensibilities we were starting to craft. I loved that it felt brash and abrasive. The 'na na's became the cheerleader of the whole group. That choir of 'na na's was our middle finger to what everyone would expect."