Diana Vickers’ The Boy Who Murdered Love by James Copeman
The follow-up to Vickers' debut No. 1 single (and the second track from her chart-topping album Songs From The Tainted Cherry Tree) is the poppy The Boy Who Murdered Love.
James Copeman delivers a bouncy, half-animated slice of fun with Vickers - who has come a long way since X Factor - giving a great performance.
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