In For The Kill was all good and well, don’t get me wrong. However, La Roux’s debut single experienced a few hiccups. Firstly, that god-awful shrill to her voice – Thankfully absent on Bulletproof. Furthermore, in true modern pop fashion it went from being fun to semi-annoying in the time it takes you to read this. Again Bulletproof avoids this predicament. Much like Keri Hilson’s recent hit Knock You Down, the song’s strength lies primarily in its simplicity, “This time baby I’ll be bulletpoof.” It’s almost anthem-like in its self-help lyricism. This is only strengthened by the last chorus, an overlapping reaffirmation of what’s already been thrown down. Toss in a deliciously Daft Punk inspired bridge, a kitschy clip and a reverent homage to the British electro scene of the 1980s and you have a bit of a classic. Bring on the album!