Jess Glynne's latest single "Don't Be So Hard On Yourself" is now upon the Internet and it's all kinds of bouncy.
Much like the singer's previous hits, the track is sure to be a dance anthem with house-y pianos and soaring vocals. There's even a bit in the post-chorus that sounds like "She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain". Amazing.
The singer, who recently reached Number One with Tinie Tempah with summer bop "Not Letting Go", is prepping for the release of her debut album I Cry When I Laugh due for release 21 August.
If this new track hits the top spot when it's released on 14 August, it'll see Glynne match Cheryl (Cole) Fernandez Versini's record as the second British female artist to have five number one singles. What a time to be alive.