Unless you have been living under a stone recently, or Basingstoke, you can't have failed to notice the hype, hyperbole and Number 1 album and single from Aimee Anne Duffy.
The latest in the line of post-Winehouses, someone up there certainly likes her. I mean, come on, three appearances on Later with Jools Holland prior to her debut album coming out!
But fairs fair, she did her share of due paying, so the rock snobs will tolerate her and, frankly, this is a fabulous pop single, so who cares. Sure, it's hardly cutting edge, harking back to the sixties girl groups ala the other Amy, but all trebled up to sound good on the radiogram, it's a proper old-fashioned three minute classic single.
Hopefully, there is more to Duffy than being a pop sensation. Time will tell, but there is talent in abundance and voice to die for.