I assume that, if you are reading this, you are probably not a first-time reader of this blog. If you are, catch up. I'll wait.
Now that you are a long-time reader, you cannot be possibly surprised I am going to like a throw-back, big-female-vocal, straight-ahead pop song like this. I'm not saying I like every huge female vocal ever, but Elle King just looks like she's having so much fun with this.
Let's not even get into the fact that she's Rob Schneider's daughter (her mother is model London King). I could go on for days on that one.
I'd like to add that I am very happy to see a young singer/songwriter who is getting heavy pop radio rotation not afraid to play a guitar. We need to see more of that!
But what I really made you scroll down for was to see her play a banjo. And also to see that she's been around awhile. Overnight sensations don't always happen overnight. And yes, this song feels a lot more country (the banjo might have something to do with that), but that's part of the appeal of Elle King - she's a versatile artist with a depth of influence.