This song has potential and one of those typical throw away b-sides that our artist’s love to do. I wish someone could explain that to me. Do b-sides even freaking matter now? Why not just release an album of “songs that didn’t make the album” as an ep. I guess it’s all that “marketing” thing that I never quite get. So What do you think of Miles Kane B-side Before It’s Midnight from the Come Closer single? Could this have been on the album?