The song features the late American jazz trumpeter Roy Hargrove, who passed away on November 2, 2018.
Healy described working with Hargrove to Pitchfork
as "intense," such was his admiration for the trumpet maestro. "You'd get him in the room and you'd be so scared," the 1975 frontman added. "He did the trumpets on D'Angelo's Voodoo
, which is the most iconic brass section for us ever. He was the greatest musician I've ever been in a room with, by a mile."