This is the first single from English singer-songwriter Newton Faulkner's second album Rebuilt By Humans.
The song had its worldwide radio premiere on Jo Whiley's July 23 2009 Radio 1 show.
This hymn to the joys of gigging was one of the earliest songs Faulkner wrote for the new album. The song was penned in a basement flat behind Harrods in Knightsbridge, London. He chose the location as knew no one who lived round there so there would be no distractions.
In December 2008, Faulkner slipped on some ice and badly injured his wrist in which doctors had to fit a metal plate. He was effectively "put back together again" by humans, hence the album title.
Rebuilt By Humans was recorded in a tiny room under the stairs at London's Miloco studio. There was barely enough room for Faulkner and producer Mike Spencer.
Faulkner said in publicity materials: "I wanted to avoid the classic second album thing of complaining about how great things have gone and all the hard work. I had brilliant fun making this album, and hopefully it sounds that way." He added this was one reason why he chose this song as his lead single: "Hopefully it comes across as quite grateful. Because I am grateful."