Resurrection Album from American singer-songwriter staging a vociferous comeback. It’s the first release since her 2012 ‘It’s A Mans World’, a cover album of male classics, and follows her recovery from a second bout of breast cancer. Empowered and inspired, Anastacia hit the studio at the tail end of last year to lay down the tracks for her sixth studio album, returning to her ‘sprock’ sound for ‘Ressurection’ – her self-dubbed fusion of soul, pop and rock. With ‘Stupid Little Things’, Anastacia goes back to her gutsy roots with a blistering rock-infused chorus and powerfully evocative deep vocals. Harking back to her massive ‘Left Outside Alone’ tune, ‘Stupid Little Things’ rings true to the album’s title, promising a resurrection of the early Anastacia who dominated the noughties. ‘Stupid Little Things’ is a solid choice to mark the return of such an established pop icon, 14 years since she first burst onto the scene with debut album ‘Not That Kind’ and the mammoth success of ‘I’m Outta Love’