This lovers anthem is the second single from British boy band JLS' self-titled debut album.
The song was helmed by American multi-platinum songwriter and producer J.R. Rotem, who has has written songs for Lil Wayne, Sean Kingston, Pitbull, Diddy and Danity Kane.
The Music Video was filmed in Los Angeles. It sees Oritsé, JB, Marvin and Aston on a Stage and meeting up with their 'girlfriends'. Marvin revealed on Welsh radio station Red Dragon FM that Oritsé got a bit carried away with his part. He explained: "Oritse's up first for this solo with this girl and the director is like, 'It's about being in love,' This one (Oritsé) only takes it a little bit too far and snogs this girl, properly. Obviously it wasn't used in the final edit but he kissed her properly - not once but twice."
The song debuted at #1 on the UK chart with sales of 120,000. This meant that JLS achieved the rare feat of their first two singles both being #1s with first week sales running into six figures. (Beat Again sold 106,000 copies in its debut week.)
This won Best video at the 2010 BT Digital Music Awards. The quartet also won the award for Best Group.
The Prince-penned "Manic Monday" was the first song The Bangles heard coming from a car radio, but "Eternal Flame" is closest to Susanna's heart, perhaps because she sang it in "various states of undress."