Arts & Crafts

Album: Fine Fascination (2009)
Charted: 53
  • Frontman Richard Frennaux explained this song to The Sun February 27, 2009: "It's based upon insecurities in a relationship, also the inevitable comparison with other people. I had just moved to London and left a lot of people behind as well as starting new relationships."

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