Mutya Keisha Siobhan – Flatline

artworks-000050845403-moygff-t500x500Oh, they’re back. After much kerfuffle, MKS (that’s Mutya Keisha Siobhan, not to be confused with X-Factor rejects MK1 or indeed M&S) return with Flatline, their first proper single release since the amazing double-whammy refix of Kendrick Lamar and Phoenix.

And it is better than we dared to hope. Perfect pop and tight harmonies, this is what made us fall in love with the trio in the first place. It could be a slow-burner for some, but it’s still a solid number that will cement the girls’ place back in the charts and might even make Sony ready a brand new production line of Sugababes to compete – after all, fifth time’s a charm, right?