This self-produced EP, Jack Peņate's first release since signing to XL Recordings, bodes well for the future with the title track - already a live favourite - delivering cheery, punky pop filled with infectious energy in a singalong style.
The advantage of five tracks gives Peņate the opportunity to show the range of his ability: second track My Yvonne is slower, almost a Take That-style ballad (but much, much better) and third offering Didn't I is a soulful, falsetto slice of relaxation.
Fourth track Cold Thin Line is back to guitar-driven energy (good drums, too) while finale Jack of All Trades is more relaxed, with a late night lounge influence to round things off and prove, as its name suggests, than he's not a one-trick pony.
Peņate is just about to finish a major tour and there's an album due out later this year. With a string of celebrity DJs behind him already, from Jo Whiley - who made his debut single Second, Minute Or Hour her Single of the Week - to Zane Lowe who played it 20 times in a week, he's tipped for big things this year.
He's come a long way from the crowd you could count on one hand that musicOMH stood in at Bestival last year, and the further he goes, the more smug we'll be that we really were there from the very beginning. Watch this space.