The whole song is about breaking the mould and not exactly fitting in to the ‘social norm’. The last line of the song says “if she had the chance to live it all over again you know she wouldn’t change anything for the world” fitting with the video as it shows how she wasn’t conforming to what she was expected to do, she didn’t give in to the pressure exhumed on her by the male character, nor did she stand for the moral values of those she was with, so she broke free and broke out. It’s about not apologising for being who you are and making the decisions that are best for you, for making the decisions that allow you to live your life how you wish. The whole video also relates to the values of the band themselves as they are of the punk genre the music they create and the messages they send out are a rebellion against the world in which they live. There is a reference made in the song through the lyrics to the Billy Idol song ‘Rebel Yell’ which was released in 1983, those lyrics being “She can still hear that rebel yell just as loud as it was in 1983”. Billy Idol made his fame during the punk rock era, leading a new generation forward in their thinking. The reference was made as way of paying tribute to the founding members of the punk scene. Lyrics in Rebel Yell that relate to the song/video are “She don’t like slavery, she won’t sit and beg” thus making a link to what is being discussed in the song Thrash Unreal about not wanting to be placed under the confinements of the society in which she lives in.