Oh my goodness, oh my gosh — if there was ever a song that deserved a re-release, this is it: 'Pizza Guy' by Australian producer Touch Sensitive. The Future Classic constant released this way back in 2013, much to the delight of anybody with a pair of ears and a warm heart. Touch Sensitive was actually one of the first artists to release music through the label, which recently celebrated its tenth anniversary – the track was his debut single 'Body Stop'.

Since then it has been much adored, providing luscious synth-tastic 80s-flavoured sun-dripping romance-laden sounds to the summer of 2013 and the summer of 2014, filled as it is with all the aural aesthetics of long love affairs, meaningful glances and walks beyond sunsets.

It was then used on an advert for Very.co.uk this year, where it quickly became the UK's most Shazam'd thing ever. To date the song has over 2 million plays on SoundCloud and over 1 million on YouTube. Even the first prediction Google throws up when typing in "very.co.uk" is "advert song" – we are delirious over this ridiculously tasty morsel of music.

It's to be re-released via Future Classic, of course, as a double A side single alongside new track, 'Show Me', on 26th July.

'Pizza Guy' also had a video which made/makes me want to cry – listen/watch below.

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