Stand-out tracks on the album include the recent #1 UK Hit "Heart Skips A Beat," the conversational smash "Please Don't Let Me Go" and the up-tempo "Dance With Me Tonight." The album is personal, hearkening back to the music Murs once performed in his hometown of Essex James Brown energy and soul, rough and ready rockabilly, show stopping ballads, ska infused doo-wop and old school retro.
Olly Murs' rise to fame began after he auditioned in 2009 for Britain's top singing competition show, The X Factor, with "Superstition." Simon Cowell said it inspired "the easiest yes I've ever given." In a short amount of time Murs has achieved international success, including two double platinum albums and three #1 singles in the UK.