Album: Chapter One (2014)
Charted: 7
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  • The follow-up to Ella Henderson's UK chart-topping single "Ghost," this was written by Camille Purcell (The Saturdays' "What About Us") and Steve Mac who received the ASCAP Songwriter of The Year 2013 award for such works as The Wanted's "Glad You Came."
  • The music video finds Henderson performing the song in a field as the sun sets. She then leads a group of young people through woodland and city scenes. Henderson said: "This song represents unity, it's about bringing people together. When we shot the music video we wanted to keep it really free and there was no story to it, it was just kind of casting a load of young, fun, cool people through the night, a lot of field action!"

    "It was great fun," she added, "and I just want to share a song with people where they feel like they can sing along to it."
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