Any track that has been used for a TV advert is immediately tarnished, and any artist who agrees to their music being sold to advertisers rightly has their artistic integrity brought into question, and In This Shirt probably will become a bit of an albatross to The Irrepressibles. Having said that, this album is worth buying on the basis of its final track alone. The trembling falsetto and introspective lyrics will naturally draw comparisons with Antony and the Johnsons, but this is a track which is of another place. It reminds me of 'Eat Yourself' by Goldfrapp in its ability to make you feel like you have been seriously affected by listening to it. The lyrics are incredibly sad yet full of hope, and the ethereal strings and synthesisers are just beautiful. The rest of the album is certainly worth listening to, and will grow on you, but it is In This Shirt which will make you know you haven't wasted your money.