The first single from Rufus Wainwright’s 2012 album of the same name, produced by Mark Ronson, who he clearly enjoyed working with.
“There’s a real attraction between Mark and I, which is a little harder for me being gay. I have to battle with it. Whether it’s the Beatles or the Stones or Eurythmics, there’s an unrequited sexual, romantic energy in the studio – and it becomes volatile if not dealt with.
To have someone to sing to and dream about in that amorphous state is what it’s all about in the end. People fall in love with people – yes, there are gay people, straight people and bisexuals. But crushes are universal.” Music Week.
The video stars his long-time friend, Helena Bonham Carter.