You absolutely need this in your life.
Ex-Mini Viva diva Britt Love has been working on her solo material ever since the band split and I’m pleased to hear that it’s bearing the promise of more nouveau-disco pop fun.
The duo first emerged under the development of Britain’s most prolific pop production company – Xenomania – and their breakthrough single ‘Left My Heart In Tokyo’ (co-written by Annie and Fred Falke) was a UK Top 10 smash. However, after their subsequent singles ‘I Wish’ and ‘One Touch’ flopped, the pair called it a day to pursue their own musical journey.
It was utterly devastating to see Mini Viva disband but I feel like what Britt‘s got to offer here will help dry the tears a little. Take a listen to her new track ‘Come With Me’, which is free for download via her Facebook page:
This feels like Britt‘s ‘With Every Heartbeat’ and it sonically picks up nicely from where ‘I Wish’ left off, in that wistful and stroblit 80s ballad stratosphere. In other words, utterly sensational stuff that Popjustice fans will wet their panties over.
Feed Limmy verdict: Mighty snap.
Mighty snap = this is a hit.
Bounce snap = instantly likeable.
Lightbulb snap = you will need a moment to get into this.
Nonchalant snap = need I say more?
No snap = please cease and decease.
Check in on Britt‘s Facebook page for two more song previews and all the latest tea on her solo project. Her former band mate Frankee Connolly is also said to be working on music now.