The song is amongst the most critically acclaimed from her album. The New Yorker praised its tight instrumental arrangement and Gonzales' subtle production. It was performed live on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on May 15, 2007; the episode was taped on a bus and performed acoustic with a xylophone replacing the piano. It was also performed on The Colbert Report on April 28, 2008, and on Late Night with Conan O'Brien on April 30, 2008. It was featured in the 2008 film The Women and in the 2010 film The Last Song. It was also featured on an episode of the MTV series The Hills, and in an episode of the VH1 celebrity series The Fabulous Life of.... In 2009, a cover version of the song appeared in a television advertisement for MasterFoods in Australia.
The video begins with Feist dancing in an open field around stacks of oil drums. During the first few moments, Feist hits an oil drum with a stick, causing fireworks to shoot out from them. In turn, all the other drums light up, and firework shoot onto the sky. For most of the rest of the video, Feist is seen dancing all around the lights produced by the fireworks, which no longer need to be hit to spark. Like in her previous video for "1234", the sounds in this video are not muted—the sounds of the fireworks cracking are perfectly audible. The video ends with an outburst of fog and Feist walking into a body of water. Also, like her previous videos, this one was done in one continuous shot.