David Bowie was my favourite musician as a kid, I dressed up as Ziggy Stardust to go to my primary school disco and 'Space Oddity' was my favourite song. - Jessy
I was brought up and raised inside of a happy happy family.
A big house, Two happy parents, my younger brother and me. A perfect family.
During year 9 at high school, I was 14 going 15, then came a time when our perfect world fell apart.
The song 'Stay together for the kids' by Blink-182 was really the only thing I could lean on, while trying to be the best big brother I could be. - Andy
Saw Parkway live and they opened with this song. I reckon the shivers are still ingrained in my spine. Along with other live music experiences rlly drives me to make people feel cooked shit with art. - Ash
This would have to be one of my most memorable songs. The Pixies have some great tunes that everyone would know the second they are played. But this one hits home for me. ‘Hey’ by The Pixies is one of those songs that you’ll never forget when you first listen to, every time you listen to this song after that it brings you back to that moment. Just hearing those guitar sounds puts you into a feeling of nostalgia. I remember getting Jessy to listen to this song in the car on the way home from one of our camping trips. He instantly fell in love with it and I don’t blame him for it. Now whenever I play this song Jess will always make a cheeky comment about the time I first played this song for him. Nostalgic - Ed
I think everyone who has ever heard this song gets filled with instant joy and an urge to smile or jump around and dance. The first time I heard this song was probably on some sci-fi movie but then my dad started to show me E.L.O and it all clicked. Ive played this song on every single road trip with my mates and everyone knows the melody. I think although it’s an older song it will be ingrained in many generations to come, its lyrics will always be relatable and the joyous piano and drum synchronicity is infectious. The tempo is perfect and the little guitar tones are sublime, all topped with a layering of Jeff Lynnes angelic and smooth vocals perfect for any sunny day. - Matt