Sun Hits the Sky

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"Sun Hits the Sky"
Single by Supergrass
from the album In It for the Money
B-side "Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others"
Released 9 June 1997 (UK)
Format CD, 7"
Recorded Sawmills Studio
1996
Genre Britpop
Length 04:55
Label Parlophone
Writer(s) Supergrass & Rob Coombes.
Producer(s) Supergrass
John Cornfield
Supergrass singles chronology
"Richard III"
(1997)
"Sun Hits the Sky"
(1997)
"Late in the Day"
(1997)

"Sun Hits the Sky" is a song by the Britpop band Supergrass. It was the third single from the band's second album In It for the Money. It was released in June 1997, and reached #10 in the UK Singles Chart.[1][2] The B-side "Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others" is a cover of The Smiths' song of the same name, and is a slightly more rock based version than the original.

Track listing[edit]

CD CDR6469

  1. "Sun Hits the Sky" (4:53)
  2. "Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others" Morrissey/Johnny Marr(3:03)
  3. "Sun Hits The Sky (Radio 1 Evening Session)" (4:29)

LTD. ED. White 7" R6469 / TC TCR6469

  1. "Sun Hits the Sky" (4:53)
  2. "Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others" (3:03)

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Strange Ones Supergrass Site
  2. ^ Supergrass biography : beginnings, career, success

External links[edit]