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The dance track, produced and co-written by Julian Bunetta, starts off reminding us a little bit a lot of Temper Tramp’s “Sweet Disposition.” The verses seem a bit rambling (Natasha basically runs through every errand she did that day), but the catchy chorus of “we danced, and we laughed, and we touched” wins us over. And we’re fairly certain it will inevitably be played on our TVs ad naseum during iPod Touch commercials.
Natasha updated her blog a few months ago, discussing the collaborators on her still untitled third studio album, which included the likes of Andreas Kleerup (Robyn), John Hill (Santigold), Wyclef, Salaam Remi (Amy Winehouse), Ryan Tedder, Eg White (Adele, Duffy), and aspiring dog masseuse Sia. Now that we’ve heard Bedingfield’s latest musical offering, we’re pretty stoked to hear what else she’s got in store for us. How about you?