Aspiring teenage singer and songwriter Michael Molloy was one of three people who died in 2012 when the coach carrying 50 music fans back from the Isle Of Wight Bestival event crashed in Surrey. This song, featuring vocals by his friend and bandmate Alex Evans, was released with the support of the festival's own label. It received particularly strong support in Liverpool where Molloy lived and sold enough to land a Top 40 place.
Molloy's mother Frances told The Daily Mirror after hearing the song had charted: "I just broke down when they announced it on the radio. I wanted to scream with pride but also with pain. I sat with just Michael's brother as we wanted to be alone when they went through the charts. Joseph was so emotional. He's driven it all. I looked at him and thought 'he's done it'. Sunday afternoon was one of the proudest moments of my life".