Guy Garvey has been enjoying his solo stint in the limelight, releasing his debut album 'Courting the Squall' last year and taking on other projects away from his Elbow bandmates.

Although Elbow are gearing up for the recording of their next album later this year, Garvey has been a busy man - so busy, in fact, that he has been writing theme songs for TV series.

The Manchester man is responsible for the theme song for the new series of Cold Feet, which returns to ITV this autumn.

It's called 'The Rover Returns' and was written with one of Garvey's regular collaborators, Pete Jobson of the band I Am Kloot - who also played guitar on his solo album. Actor James Nesbitt is allegedly responsible for asking them to write the track.

The show's executive producer Kenton Allen said: "We're thrilled and flattered that these two iconic sons of Manchester wanted to write and perform an original song to mark the return of Cold Feet. Amazing music has always been part of the show's DNA, and it's great to give a nod to the rich musical heritage of Manchester with Guy and Pete's beautiful new composition."

The song's not online as yet, but you'll hear it as soon as we do.