Album: Yet to Be Titled (2015)
Charted: 4


  • This song features vocals from Ella Eyre, who first broke through when she collaborated with Rudimental on their UK #1 single "Waiting All Night."
  • Fresh told Digital Spy the story of the song. "With Ella I kind of produced it in front of her whilst we were writing the song," he said. "It was really cool because we were in the studio for a few hours and I was exhausted and I didn't really know Ella at that point. It was a new person in the studio and I didn't feel totally comfortable sitting there playing stuff because I'm quite embarrassed about my keyboard skills."

    "We started chatting for a while, we got on really well and we realised that we've got some shared friends and shared ideas about stuff in the music industry," Fresh continued. "I just started playing the piano and she just started singing and this thing just came together really quickly and the stuff that's really great is the stuff that comes together like that, naturally without anyone else's involvement and just organically and quickly."


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