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This gritty stroll through the streets of Bugg's hometown of Clifton, Nottingham, was released as the third single from his debut album. He penned the tune with long-time Snow Patrol collaborator. Bugg recalled to The Daily Telegraph: "When I was writing with Iain, we had a fag, a cup of tea, a bit of a play. The way I see it, it's jamming."
The song's Michael Holyk directed video was shot in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
The song featured in an American a commercial for Gatorade sports drinks that aired during the 2013 NBA championships.
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Sebu Simonian of Capital Cities
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Al Jourgensen of Ministry
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