Where her first album quietly impressed with its smart-but-not-too-clever pop-literate slink 'n' bounce, this is just absolutely bloody mental by comparison. It would have been easy to wimp out with a floaty ballad and cross everything for an X Factor performance slot. Instead, Vickers and her collaborators tease with stop-start verses and heart murmur drums before smashing our ears right through in a kitchen-sink volley of brass, deranged whoops and a blatant-but-brilliant steal from the Red Hot Chili Peppers' 'Under The Bridge'. After a welcome second helping, they take it right back down for a breakdown whose berserk "Whoops-a-daisy" refrain will make the existing Marmite split over her voice look like a happy coalition - all in less than three poptastic minutes.
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