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Byline: Rick Fulton

Kiesza Giant In My Heart Our fave THE Canadian is definitely on course for a second big single as her follow-up to Hideaway, Giant In My Heart heads for the top three. Giant In My Heart is a 90s-inspired club track that is just as addictive as her debut.

Twin Atlantic Brothers And Sisters THIS is a bit wishy washy to be honest and has some suspect lyrics such as, "You'll forget the point and the power of words". But fear not, it fits perfectly in the wide uplifting soundscape of the Scots band's third album, Great Divide, which is out on Monday.

The Saturdays What Are You Waiting For? I COULD be unkind and say a hit. Despite going on for what seems like decades, The Saturdays have never hit the same heights as Girls Aloud or even Little Mix because most of their songs have been rank. Despite being from Xenomania, this tune, included in their greatest hits, Finest Selection, also out this week, screams out desperate Calvin Harris-style EDM bandwagon jumping.

Rizzle Kicks Tell Her GREAT new tune from Calvin Harris. It's not? Wow. The likeable duo are back and seemed to have ditched the rapping for a bit of singing. It suits them.

George Michael Feeling Good THIS song is surely an audition for George to sing the next Bond theme. His version of the classic song Nina Simone made her own, is big and bold - and will leave you shaken and stirred.

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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Aug 15, 2014
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