This is followed by scenes of rival gangs dancing and young indie couples making out in their cars. According to Little Boots, the song is horny norwegian babes "being a stranger in a strange place which is fun but nea has a dark side, and someone showing you around and in the end just kind of letting go.
Ross Hoffman of Allmusic praised the song's "brash and buzzy strut" and described it as "absolutely massive-sounding". She primarily drew inspiration for the track's lyrics from several strange individuals she met and the "seedy side of life" in the city.
In a review for Digital SpyNick Levine called the song an "electropop nugget" that "is sure to get us all stomping. She is then shown wandering around under a highway overpass in a blue dress and dancing with a group of homeless people.