12 Songs, 43 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Having skilfully evaded the reality TV meat grinder, the Liverpudlian singer exorcises the demons of personal heartbreak on a confident firecracker of a fourth album. Gone are the stripped-back standards of her Billie Holliday tribute album Lady Sings The Blues, and in come fearless cuts of modern R&B—witness the showstopping title track and the tear-streaked, choir-backed majesty of “Pay For It”—propelled by Ferguson’s matchless delivery. A powerful and empowering rebirth.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Having skilfully evaded the reality TV meat grinder, the Liverpudlian singer exorcises the demons of personal heartbreak on a confident firecracker of a fourth album. Gone are the stripped-back standards of her Billie Holliday tribute album Lady Sings The Blues, and in come fearless cuts of modern R&B—witness the showstopping title track and the tear-streaked, choir-backed majesty of “Pay For It”—propelled by Ferguson’s matchless delivery. A powerful and empowering rebirth.

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