Named after a local dogging spot, they've accompanied the single with a colourful video that complements the song's modern slightly psychedelic tinge on 90s Britpop. It stands out as a track because refreshingly it doesn't just seek to replicate those heady days when you couldn't move for a Gallagher, but puts their own personality on it - and the video which shows them larking around in a field with scooters does exactly the same.
They are Mark Hillier on lead vocals and acoustic guitar, Christ Eardley on rhythm guitar and backing vocals, Conal Saha on drums and backing vocals, Matthew Drury on keyboards, Mal Flynn on bass guitar and Eddie Thomas on lead guitar and vocals.
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The single is available digitally and on 7" green vinyl with a bonus track Proud.
They play Derby Venue (October 6), Walsall Bar 10 (20), Banbury 80s Casual Classics Elite (November 10) and Coventry Standard Triumph Club (17).