The song was recorded at Hook Echo Sound, produced by Skating Polly, Depth & Current and David Mayo and mixed & mastered by Chris Harris.
“We’ve always loved that song. The melody kind of sounds like something we might come up with on a really good day.” - Peyton Bighorse (Skating Polly)
“We wanted to cover that for one of our very first shows but we covered M.I.A. instead. I love the way it sounds after Depth & Current added their part. It sounds pretty weird to play it by ourselves now.” - Kelli Mayo (Skating Polly)
“Of course, I love the original. There were actually a few different versions of the original, so this song has been interpreted a few different ways already. The Skating Polly version started as a simple, sparse, beautifully innocent sounding tribute to the original song. The foundation of this songs is so simple and so strong, that it lends itself really well to experimenting melodically and texturally. As soon as I heard the girls play the song, I started hearing these layered melodies in my head. So, I asked if Depth & Current could play around with it a little bit. We were very happy to be able to work with them on this cover. There probably aren’t a lot of people their age who even know who Spacemen 3 are, much less who would choose to cover one of their songs. Skating Polly is a constant reinforcement of my theory that good taste is one of the most important ingredients in creating meaningful art.” - Chris Harris (Depth & Current)