We are big fans of Ms Mullan's debut album Plain Jane and this new single released on the 7th March is one of the albums best tracks. She has a distinctive voice and this gentle ballad allows her to shine. As with quite a few of her songs, this deals with relationships, lack of self belief and worth but it is the melody and arrangement that make this such a wonderful record. She has an undeniable likability to her and when a look at the charts will reward you with a slew of badly written dross, she comes across like a breath of fresh air. This should be on every major and regional radio stations playlist. It should be but we know it won't. Pity as this deserves to be a hit.