Hoochie Coochie

Album: Himalayan (2014)

Songfacts®:

  • Bass player and co-vocalist Emma Richardson explained the background to the song to Tonedeaf: "This one was kind of like a description of all the nights out you've ever had, good and bad, " she said, "and it feels like it's all summed up in two and a half minutes with this kinda big riff and a kind of unusual chorus for us with a bit of delay and effect on the vocals which is great fun to play live as well.''

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