Album: Hats Off To The Buskers (2007)


  • This song is a tribute to Dundee's Dryburgh estate, where the band originate from. Singer Kyle Falconer explained to The View Are On Fire that it, "is kind of like our anthem for Dryburgh. OK, so you can see there's some graffiti, but this place is no' the worst. Still, folk form first impressions and think we're schemies. We're not."
  • Nike utilised this track in a 2009 advertising campaign featuring the footballers Wayne Rooney, Joe Cole, Fernando Torres and Rio Ferdinand.


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