Indian Summer

Album: Graffiti On The Train (2013)
Charted: 30
  • This song finds Stereophonics singer Kelly Jones reflecting on past love. He told The Sun: "There are elements of my youth in it. How true or factual it is, well, that's another matter, but there are seeds within it that have happened to me."
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