It has a classic or timeless feel to it, as if it’s already existed for about thirty odd years, but spruced up a bit to sound just a slice more contemporary. If someone had told me it was a Womack & Womack song or an old disco song, I’d believe them. The first time I heard it, I wracked my brains trying to think which diva had sung it originally and it was only after Googling did I realise JLS are the first people to do it. That’s really amazing; there are rarely ever any songs like this anymore. Sterling work.