Jessie Ware has warned that her forthcoming second album won't be overflowing with bowel-moving bangers.
"I'm no good at upbeat, I'm not going to lie," she told the BBC while discussing her new 'waxing'. "I need really depressing, mid-tempo, high-pitched stuff."
Which isn't to say it's all tears and tiffs.
"I don't think it's as melancholy as the first record. There's definitely some up-tempo moments, but I think it's still in the same vein as 'Devotion'. But I think it's got a bit more playfulness to it."
She went on to liken her singing voice on new single 'Tough Love' to that of a dolphin.