This was a challenge for McNevan to sing as its one of the highest songs vocally he's written to date. He told NewReleaseTuesday: "With every record, you try to push yourself. When your writing it's no big deal, but when you get tracking, you realize, 'wow, I'm gonna really have to step into this!' And this was the first song written for the new album that had actual rhyming in it. I grew up on old school hip hop and have always been into rhyming. That's where I came from, and I think it has given me a lot of unique advantages as a vocalist and as a writer. It also has its setbacks. You have to remember that not everybody is listening for a clever or witty lyric or vocal pattern, and it can easily throw them off or sometimes just go right over their heads. I hate predictable rhymes. This song is like an explosive; it builds and then explodes, comes right back down, builds, and then explodes again. Musical pyro!!! I wanted the listener to feel the energy, and feel the emotion behind it. It's a call to action."