The mid-tempo tune finds the blokes singing about how exactly they can’t get close enough for the girl they love and exactly how they feel like kings when with her. The group’s Louis Tomlinson and Liam Payne co-wrote the nostalgic-sounding tune with frequent collaborator Jamie Scott and a couple of newcomers, Daniel Bryer and Mike Needle.
Tomlinson tweeted out a link for the tune, calling it “another banger” and suggested which it was Payne’s favorite within the record. Rather than reply, his bandmate posted who’s was “one of [his] favorites.”
The song’s release follows a string of brand new Made in the A.M. tracks, such as the ballad “Love You Goodbye,” sing-along-ready “End on the Day” and folky “History.” They also released a song relating to bad-boy personas, “Perfect.”
In an up to date interview with frequent One Direction collaborator Julian Bunetta, Rolling Stone suggested that Payne and Tomlinson had evolved into a formidable songwriting pair. “They’ve written a couple of classics, those boys,” he replied. “The process is interesting because there’s many men and women in the room. … Everyone is very headstrong and incredibly, very talented, therefore it is a fight, a lot on the times. Sometimes it takes days before many of us agree on something. It’s a good fight!”