Album: So Long, See You Tomorrow (2014)

Songfacts®:

  • Bassist Ed Nash told XFM's John Kennedy that the original version of this song was very different to the end product. "The [version] we worked on in India, the first half was hip hop with Bollywood samples and then we did this outro that everyone loved but they didn't like the first half of the song," he explained. "[Vocalist Jack Steadman] went away and completely changed the first half of the song."

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