This is a song of encouragement and faith, with The Devil Wears Prada lead singer Mike Hranica screaming out for truth and humility in a world of disparagement. In our interview with Hranica
, he talked about the song: "The record itself With Roots Above and Branches Below
had one kind of conceptual backbone that it meant to encourage and reinvigorate: I wanted a lot of the songs to be able to pick up those falling away from faith or having a hard time with certain things. I wanted it to be encouraging in some aspects.
And 'Danger: Wildman' is a song that I think somewhat cements that, being a song that we've played every set for so long. It's one of our most popular songs by all means. It's a bit of a pick up - I wanted bits of humility in there."