Whether we're talking about music, food, books or films, there's always the age old debate over whether you'd rather have quality or quantity. Quality is usually the most preferred but to get the quality you have to wait a long, long time. Sometimes you just want a lot of it all at once.
Syron, the South London pop artist who made her name back in 2012 with the excellent "Breaking", is someone who definitely takes her time to properly craft addictive pop tunes. She does seem to only trickle out tunes at a rate of about two per year - but who cares when the tracks are as good as her latest single, "All I Need".
Now signed to new London label Fame Music, she's back in the UK after a jaunt to LA (as is the songwriter destination du jour for the creation of bonafide bangers) and sounds more confident in herself than ever. Her silky smooth vocals that adorned the likes of Rudimental's "Spoons" are still intact, but there's now a fireiness to her voice; the sign of someone who's really found where they want to be.
With Rice & Peas on production, "All I Need" is packed full of twinkling synths and a catchy thumping bass line that conjures up a sunset party by the shore. As the garage beats kick in on the pre-chorus, it's a wonderfully addictive arms-aloft affair; a finely crafted pop tune that is surely going to dominate dancefloors and festival DJ sets this summer.
Now let's hope we don't have to wait another year for more fantastic Syron pop bangers.