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Album: In Love (2013)
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  • Speaking about the song, the band's frontman Harry Koisser told NME that he woke up one day at drummer Dom Boyce's house with this song in his head. He added: "We just got up and started recording it. Originally I wanted it to have a really screechy harmonica sound over the beginning but we never got round to it."
  • The song's visual was directed by RobRob and finds the band performing and smashing up a living room. "This is a video we've both wanted to make since we were 15, just when we were becoming deeply interested and growing a huge passion for music videos," said RobRob.

    "To us it's a pretty classic set-up, a rock video with a band playing and smashing things in slow motion. As soon as we heard the song we knew this would be perfect for it. We wanted to create a little more anarchy though, so we incorporated this moving set idea."

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