Throughout the song, the four women share lead vocal duties with mixed success. Jesy Nelson’s strong, yet smooth, delivery – although she also gets stuck singing the tracks most inane lyrics for the outro – wonderfully counterpoints Perrie’s rawer style, while Jade Thirwall’s voice is thin and insubstantial by comparison. Leigh-Anne Pinnock’s turn singing the chorus is easily the song’s weakest moment, with pitch-correction clearly applied to her performance.
This is an extract from a review originally published on the 16th June 2017. Please visit Renowned For Sound to read the full review.