During den Adel's promotional travelings throughout Europe, gave critics and radio stations was given access to the new material, and the first public impression from came through German radio station Rock Antenne, alongside with the first preview of Dangerous, which was considered "fast" and "agressive". The song is one of the band's heaviest to date, as den Adel stated that "it has the most bass drums we've ever used, too, and a very fast riff which we doubled with synths. It's not a typical synthesizer, though — it's distorted like a guitar, and it's very aggressive."
The music video was released on December 20, 2013 and was directed by Patric Ullaeus. The video features Howard Jones singing in Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada. He stands near Chez Sophie Sur Le Pont, (restaurant) on the Esplanade Riel (pedestrian bridge) next to the Provencher St. bridge. The band perform in a large room with lights wearing dark clothing. The main focus of the video is renowned skydiver Jokke Sommer, who is seen performing gliding through the air and pulling off impressive stunts such as navigating through a narrow gap between two buildings, over Lapa and around Sugar Loaf in Rio de Janeiro. Howard Jones' dangerous feat is simply being outside during a Winnipeg winter.