"I've always loved the saying 'better with the devil you know than the devil you don't.' In the music industry, there's people that you meet but don't actually know what they're capable of. And sometimes, it's better to not know what someone's capable of..."
Speaking about the music video, CXLOE mused, "In the music video, I didn't want to go my normal darker route."
"I wanted to emphasize the fact that it's better to go with the devil that you see — that's why the visuals are a lot lighter than most of the things I've done before. I really wanted to show the duality of a person through that sharp contrast."