My Man Music

Album: London With The Lights On (2013)


  • The fourth single from Stooshe's London With The Lights On is a summery, reggae-tinged tune. The trio penned it with their writer/manager Jo Perry and production duo Future Cut who have also worked with Lily Allen and Olly Murs.
  • Stooshe member Alex explained the song's meaning to The Daily Mail: "We say our music is our baby, that's our relationship and that's what keeps us happy and content," she said. "So 'My Man Music' is about loving music, appreciating different types of music."


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