The second single from English indie rock trio Young Knives third studio album is another of their idiosyncratic examinations of the quirks of humanity. "Lyrically the song is about addictive behaviour" explained frontman Henry Dartnall to Spinner. "Whether it's booze, or whatever. The moment that your feral brain starts making decisions, and then it starts to get a bit seedy and you can't get enough of whatever it is to the point where you have another, even though you don't really want it.It's got a bit of '80s, a bit of '60s and a bit of the 2000s and teens in there. It goes from quite cheery to quite melodramatic but still seems to flow really easily."