Sunderland five-piece Frankie and the Heartstrings released their first album Hunger in 2011 - an upbeat collection of indie pop songs frecorded with the legend Edwin Collins. Likened by the BBC to Orange Juice and Dexy’s Midnight Runners the lead track ‘Hunger’ found its way onto a Domino Pizza commercial. 2013's ‘The Days Run Away’ was recorded in Newcastle and London with former Suede figurehead and producer Bernard Butler. The band initially collaborated with Butler on a one off single ‘Everybody Looks Better (In The Right Light)’ released in 2011.  This successful partnership led F&THs to record their upcoming second album with Butler, the first fruits of their sessions was released in the form of download track ‘I Still Follow You’ in October 2012.