On August 13, 2010, Sony Music released the first - and as would turn out later, the only - single from Kim Wilde's 2010 album 'Come out and play'. Although the song was written by Anthony Galatis and Mark Frisch, Kim described it as 'a typical Kim Wilde song, a strong hook and very sexy. This was a welcome gift of my new record label Star Watch, which has offered me this song. For that I'll always love them.'
The cd-single featured one non-album track as an extra: 'Snakes and ladders'. The accompanying music video was filmed in Germany and featured Kim and her band plus a group of pole dancers in a dimly lit room. The single reached number 34 in the German singles chart. In our encyclopedia, you can find out more about Lights down low.