The video begins and ends with a monologue about the nature of the song. "To me, Where the Wild Things Are is a place that exists in our minds," she says as the clip flashes images and names of Cara's friends who appear alongside her in the video. From there, the group gleefully runs around the suburbs and the city, wearing animal masks at different points in the clip.
"Wild Things" is Cara's follow-up to her hit and debut single "Here," which reached Number Five on the Billboard Hot 100 and has gone double platinum. Know-It-All debuted at Number Nine on the album chart. Cara will play a string of live dates in late March in the UK and Canada, though no further 2016 tour plans have been announced.