The UK featscene resulted in a bottleneck of talented but interchangeable featured vocalists and you might have assumed that Sinead Harnett - who's popped up on releases from Rudimental, Disclosure and Wiley - would simply find herself at the back of the line behind Ella Eyre, Jess Glynne and the rest of them.

Actually, with 'She Ain't Me', she might just jump to the front of the queue. She's worked with the likes of TMS and James Fauntleroy on her debut album, and this song suggests global ambition.

Label: Virgin EMI
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