This is one of three Masseduction tracks for which Tuck plays guitar and Patti contributes vocals. It is the first time they've contributed to one of Clark's records. She explained why to Pitchfork
"I didn't think I was worthy of having them before. They taught me how to work and about trying to achieve excellence and transcendence through music. I was born with a whip [mimes whipping herself over the shoulder], but they handed me a bigger one. They taught me the value of the phrase, 'That wasn't good enough.' This was the first time that the heart of it all was worthy enough to include them.
They're virtuosic to the nth degree, but I wanted to hear Tuck play with distortion, and I wanted to hear Patti just wail in some dirty, dirge-y fashion, and I got them to do those things. We had the best time. It was a little family reunion."