See Me Like This

Album: London With The Lights On (2013)


  • Stooshe are Karis Anderson, Courtney Rumbold and Alex Buggs, a South London Pop/R&B trio, two of whom were discovered in a queue for Topshop. This song finds them singing of their friendship and mutual bond. Karis explained to The Daily Mail: "It's about when you admit to yourself that you have that crazy side and you're telling your partner - you're kind of threatening them a bit."

    "You've just got a lot of confidence about you," she continued, "and you're just saying, "Don't annoy me, don't get on the wrong side of me, because you don't want to see that side". It's about us three being best friends and having each other's backs."


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