This euphoric celebration of unity finds Ella Eyre singing about being "better off as two." The track was produced by Manchester duo Futurecut (aka 2D and D-Cutz) who has previously worked with the likes of Lily Allen ("LDN") Wretch 32 ("Unorthodox") and Olly Murs ("Army Of Two").
The song's music video was shot by Craig Moore, who previously directed the clip for Sigma's UK #1 single "Changing." It finds Ella Eyre trading in her mundane job for a road trip in a camper van along the Spanish coast.
During the Camp Bestival at the Guardian Literary Institute in 2015, Eyre explained what inspired the concept for the music video. "I got sent loads of ideas and I didn't like any of them and I had a day to put together a music video that made sense. Because the song is about unity and it's about coming together with a friend and having a good time I wanted the video to be genuine so I flew my friends out to Barcelona."
She continued, "The people in the music video are my friends they're not actors. We just had a really fun weekend driving round in a VW van and stealing stuff. We didn't actually steal stuff."
His keyboard work helped define the Muscle Shoals sound and make him an integral part of many Neil Young recordings. Spooner is also an accomplished songwriter, whose hits include "I'm Your Puppet" and "Cry Like A Baby."