Album: Beacon (2012)
Charted: 66
  • Frontman Alex Trimble told NME the story of this cut: "This almost never became a song. I had the chorus hook lying around for months, but I didn't propose it to the band because I never thought it would be a Two Door Cinema Club song. It swung so much and it kind of sounded like a '40s or '50s jive thing. But they liked it, and it became this weird, hip-hoppy, Motown-y song."

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