Hitmakers: The songwriting secrets behind Sleeper's Inbetweener

Mark Sutherland

In 1995, Inbetweener became Sleeper’s breakout hit and crowned Louise Wener Queen Of Britpop. With the band reunited, she recalls the thrill of a first hit – and the joy of having Dale Winton in the video...

When I wrote Inbetweener, I was living in a little flat in Kentish Town, this tiny bedsit of a place. It only had two rooms; I wrote it in the bedroom and I’d come back into the other room every so often and ...

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