Foxes - aka Louisa Rose Allen - went down a storm at SXSW. After her Neon Gold Records' debut Youth, eyes have been firmly fixed on the young singer-songwriter. Offering up the kind of pop that's 'okay to like', her songs consist of resplendent synths, industrial percussion and super sassy, sultry vocals. Seeing as we haven't been treated to her album yet, 'Beauty Queen' is just a taster of what's to come.

Starting off with muted drums and a simple piano accompaniment, it's Foxes' vocals that grab the ear from the get-go. 'Beauty Queen' then launches into a truly fierce, 80s-inspired chorus that's full of synth staccatos and an anthemic sing-back chorus. There's a touch of Bat for Lashes and Robyn here but Foxes manages to hold her own. Here we have a guilty pleasure that you'll find yourself singing for days but who cares - this is pop at its finest.