Whatever you think is the most divisive pop tune of 2013, forget it. You're wrong. There is absolutely nothing released in 2013 that will be as divisive as Hannah Diamond's 'Pink and Blue'. Upon your first listen, you will be completely and utterly baffled. It's a bubblegum pop song with enough sugar in it to potentially shut your body down. But leave it for a while. Go outside. Go to the pub. Hop in the shower. Notice that the bloody song refuses to leave your head no matter how much you wish it to.

One minute it feels like an ironic critique of the glossy world of pop music, taking absolutely everything possible to turn it into an amalgamation of the most infuriating parts of that area of music many love to hate/hate to love, the next it feels utterly genuine, as though it's almost a love letter to pop. In the Pantheon of songs that has feel so offensive, so frustrating to listen to, yet so fucking catchy, this would be front and centre, waving silly string in your face and babbling at you until you want to punch it. You'll never forget it though, and you'll probably go back to it. Just don't tell anyone how many times...