• The opening track of 2010 X Factor winner Matt Cardle's debut album is an euphoric pop tune, which he described to The Sun as "a depressing happy song about the insignificance of everything."
  • Cardle penned the song with Seton Daunt, who is the lead guitarist for the British rock band Fiction Plane, along with Spice Girls collaborator Richard "Biff" Stannard, and Ash Howes, whose other credits include tracks recorded by Westlife and Kylie Minogue.


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