Take Good Care was orginally released as part of her LP1 album back in 2011, but the song has been revived because of it's haunting lyrics about the consequences of armed conflict. According to Amnesty Magazine's recent interview with Dave Stewart, the song was inspired by true events. Stewart told Camilla Kinchin:
One day I phoned Joss and asked her to come and record in Nashville. She was with [war photographer Paul Conroy] at the time and asked him about a song he had been singing. He sang it to her and told her the story about a war photographer he knew who got shot in the head, and Joss started crying. She took a recording of it and when we were in Nashville, I said 'We've got to record this'. Amnesty suggested that it would be good to use in the ATT campaign.In February this year, Joss Stone and Stewart came out to publicly support the Amnesty campaign to create an effective arms trade treaty. Joss explained why she supports the cause in a statement from Amesty:
We’ve seen how weapons in the wrong hands can have utterly devastating consequences. Not just for the victims themselves, but also for their community. That’s why I fully support Amnesty International’s call upon world leaders to deliver upon a robust and effective Arms Trade Treaty, with human rights at its core.Joss's partnership with Dave Stewart has bore beautiful fruits in time that they've been working together and it's nice to seem them put these efforts towards a cause like Amensty.