“We met LeAnn during he Re:Generation documentary that we were a part of. She was working with Pretty Lights on their thing. I love it when you get a chance to listen to somebody’s voice without all the musicality and instrumentation around it. She’s a great singer. We just fell in love with her voice when we heard it in the movie.
“We made a skeleton track that was much more organic, with a more laid-back beat and some electric piano. I put it on a USB stick, gave that to LeAnn and said, ‘Here, I believe in fate.’ She went away and came back with the track a few months later, and it was great.
“There’s some instrumentation on there from Massive. We rented a dope-ass Wurlitzer piano, and our friend Anthony played the shit out of it. I love the way it turned out. We were thinking of getting a Fender Rhoads, but we wound up with the Wurlitzer, and it was badass.”