Burning and kicking an altar during an instrumental, this is a rebellious video that showcases Jessie’s spunky performance. On the concept Jessie explained, "It Is about the fatalistic tendency of mistaking one's lover for a God or mistaking God for a man. It is a cohen-esque soliloquy of a Eurydice who, burning in the flames of her impassioned illusions, descends into the underworld after mistaking her beloved demi-god, Orpheus, for creation itself.” Gracefully dancing and running through the underworld of the grafiti ridden city, the lyrics appear to interchange mistaking someone for a man as mistaking them for God. This loaded feminist message that ought to critique the position of men in society is delivered by the O Brother, Where Art Thou style crew of singers to slightly comic effect. But, we are asked to realise there is more to this video than what meets the eye as the Greek-myth referencing story digs deeper than we expect on first watch.