Winter Hill

Album: Kingdom of Rust (2009)

Songfacts®:

  • Frontman Jimi Goodwin described this song to Billboard magazine as having a "vaguely country rock-esque tune."
  • The Doves explained to the NME April 11, 2009: "This song's about a prominent place in Manchester."
  • This song originated around the time of The Doves' debut album in 2000. The band explained to the NME: "It's been hanging around since Lost Souls but we've not worked on it before. It just kept knocking on our door."

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