Cover Drive's Amanda: "'Twilight' Is All About Falling In Love"

29 January 2012, 11:12

The 'Lick Ya Down' singer reveals that the band's new song was inspired by being in love in Barbados.

Cover Drive's Amanda Reifer has explained the meaning behind the band's current single 'Twilight'.

The Bajan four-piece are in the running to score their first number one this weekend on the Vodafone Big Top 40, after entering the chart just behind Jessie J's Domino last Sunday (22nd January).

"Our resolution was to be No1, so to have this reaction to 'Twilight' is so exciting," Amanda told the Daily Star.

"It's about falling in love, that transition between feelings and the transition between day and night," the 'Lick Ya Down' singer explained.

"Twilight is a beautiful time of day, especially in Barbados," Amanda said. "The boys came up with amazing music and I had this idea about twilight lovers, and the feeling of falling in love."

Earlier this week Cover Drive admitted they were "super excited" after Ed Sheeran revealed he is a fan of them and their music.

Tune in to the Vodafone Big Top 40 today (29th January) with Rich and Kat from 4pm to find out whether Cover Drive score their first number one.

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