It's nice to see that the principles of painting by numbers have not been forgotten. This latest offering is pure, formulaic Kittens, with intermingling of the three voices, an anonymous backing band and even the near-finale pause for them to stand up off their high stool perches to rapturous applause.
That said, why should they change a thing? The (admittedly ever diminishing) singles market seems to lap them up and, together with The Spice Girls and The Supremes, they are the only female group to top the UK single and album charts simultaneously.
This song is chirpy enough; it will no doubt be another hit, and will leave melodies swirling in the memory for hours after. Although in this reviewer's case, at least, those melodies wouldn't stop metamorphosising into the infinitely superior Stay by East 17.