The title track was one of three songs on So Long, See You Tomorrow
to feature vocals by Rae Morris. The Blackpool-born singer-songwriter hooked up with the Bombay guys through their frequent collaborator Liz Rose. (Morris' elder brother, a tour manager, is married to Rose).
Morris recalled to Digital Spy
. "I met Lucy at Kendal Calling festival back in... I think it was 2011? Maybe it was 2012. We both played on the same stage and we kept in touch and she asked me to support her, so I supported her at the Barfly in Camden. Which was a massive opportunity for me at the time - I couldn't believe it. And then yeah, I went to see Bombay at Manchester Apollo. I had tickets and I went with my family, and I text Lucy, 'Have a great show' and she said, 'Oh, come backstage afterwards, Jack [Steadman] and the guys want to meet you.' So me and my cousin went backstage and met the guys and it was the most starstruck I've even been, probably!"