The Swindon singer’s debut was perfectly-rounded pop, enough to spark interest without being decidedly different or off-centre. New track, “Sheets”, however, is a big step up. A simple though sophisticated house track it its own right, it sounds like Saunders is the song’s featured artist, akin to the likes of Jess Glynne (appearing on a Clean Bandit song) and Sinead Harnett (Disclosure). Though her confidence as a soloist forging her own path is apparent, Saunders explores sheer insecurity in this latest cut: “I’m an accolade to my lover / because he doesn’t love me…/ am I worthy of my lover? / because he doesn’t love me.”

Completed by glassy synths, elasticated beats and Saunders’ gorgeous, husky expels, “Sheets” sounds like it could soon soundtrack nights out beyond the world of YouTube.

Catch Shannon Saunders live at The Barfly, Camden on 23 September.