Called Never Let You Go, it's more of a mood piece than Waiting All Night or Feel The Love. Where those songs were 100% crescendo this seems content to ride a groove, with a telescoping vocal hook and an occasional splatter of drum and bass.
I'm not saying that's a bad thing - it's just not the balls-out barnstormer I was expecting.
Currently filed under undecided. What do you reckon?
UPDATE: Here's what people have been saying in reaction to this post over on Twitter.
@mrdiscopop It feels like the third single from an album rather than the lead one— Michael Cragg (@MichaelCragg) April 28, 2015
@mrdiscopop 👎👎👎— PressPLAY (@pressplayok) April 28, 2015
@mrdiscopop It's only a slight departure from before but I'm quite enjoying it. I can't see them doing anything other than this sound.— The Gizzle Review (@ed_nights) April 28, 2015
@mrdiscopop The intro does something interesting, but the chorus is business as usual - will be interesting to see how radio reacts to it.— Laurence Green (@LaurenceTGreen) April 28, 2015
Let's call that "a mixed response".