It sounds untypical because Maurice Deebank wrote all the music. Usually, we wrote songs together but this time he had the whole thing ready. What you hear is how he'd presented it to me, and then I filled in the melody and the lyrics on top. So it didn't have my stilted rhythms. It hasn't got a basic Felt song structure which I used to provide. I think that's why it breathes a lot. He was a lot more experienced at songwriting than I was. It sounds more normal and that's why people got into it, I think, apart from the fact that Liz was singing. It almost had a riff, which is a terrible word to fling around!