Twenty Four Hours / Stand In The Sun
"Twenty Four Hours" is a song by English Indie rock band Athlete and the tenth track on their 2005 album Tourist. The song was later released as part of a double A-side single in November 2005 with non-album track "Stand in the Sun". The single was the fourth and final taken from Tourist, peaking at #42 in the UK Singles Chart (see 2005 in British music).
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