Album: Single Release Only (2008)
Charted: 2


  • Prydz originally knocked together this instrumental club anthem a number of years before its eventual release. However when he played at a show in Stockholm, the track didn't gain any interest from the clubbers. It remained a forgotten curiosity until Prydz found it in his collection and decided to slip it into a DJ set in early 2008. A fan in the crowd filmed him playing it live and posted it online on YouTube. This gained much popularity on the video site and it became one of the hot dance records of the summer in the clubs. The piano based track was snapped up by Ministry of Sound's sub label Data for a full release and it swiftly became the Swedish DJ and producer's third hit in the UK.
  • This was used by BBC Radio 1 in advertisements for their Radio 1 Big Weekend and Weekend in Ibiza events.
  • The song was used in a trailer for the video game Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony. It can also be heard on one of the in-game radio stations. >>
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    Alex - Traverse City, MI


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