The Hardest Part is the highlight, and the stripped-back setting showcases Nesbitt’s vocal talent in a manner that the overproduction of the rest of the record doesn’t allow. In the grand scheme of things, voices like hers are ten-a-penny, but her range is good enough that you realise her constant shirking of the high notes elsewhere on the album - see ‘Peroxide’, in particular - was likely an irritating affectation rather than a true reflection on her ability.

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