‘Get Over You’ is shaped by a superb vocal performance by Sophie Ellis-Bextor. It is an exciting performance as the artist does not attempt to hide her London accent. The London accent was a key feature of women’s vocals in British pop music in the early 2000s. Although her style is sonically different, it positions Sophie Ellis-Bextor amongst artists like Lily Allen, Kate Nash, and Amy Winehouse.
In this week’s flashback, we’re going back to 2006 to take a look at September’s “Cry For You,” sometimes known as “Cry For You (You’ll Never See Me Again).” The