This blue collar tale of romance between debt-laden lovers is a track from Enemy's third album, Streets In The Sky. The LP title comes from a lyric in this song and was inspired by a documentary made about Sheffield housing estate Park Hill, which described the design concept as 'Streets In The Sky'. Speaking to NME, bassist Andy Hopkins explained: "There's this block of flats in Sheffield and there was a programme on it and it was called 'Streets In The Sky.' It's not about that though, it can mean lots of things. To me it means normal people doing well. It means enjoying yourself. It doesn't mean just one thing."