The song falls perfectly in line with the colorful song art, with its ultra-pop-y synths as well as Cyrus’ amazing voice. “I wanted to push my sound and also do something different from before,” Matoma said, “and with her [Noah Cyrus] singing on it, this felt so right.”
“It’s three o’clock in the morning. No one can make me go home, ’cause no one’s waiting there for me. And I just can’t be alone,” sings Cyrus in the opening line. “I don’t want to go slow. Every time you’re pulling backwards, I’m just gonna fall in faster,” she warns before Matoma builds the beat into splashes of sound and vocals.