Earlier this week, Imogen Heap's Twitter made for some very interesting reading.
A journalist called James Cabooter from the Daily Star had received a copy of her forthcoming album 'Ellipse' for the purposes of reviewing but somehow his copy the album managed to wind up for sale on Ebay.
By the time Immi had been alerted to the Ebay auction by a fan via Twitter, bidding had reached almost $100. A matter of hours after she urged her Twitter followers to "make it the most bidded-on item ever on eBay", the bid-price stood at $10,000,000.
Yesterday, the first cut of the album was premiered legitimately. 'First Train Home' sees Imogen's dreamy vocals coasting over over a backdrop of twinkly synths and the song's lyrics, telling of the morning after a bad night out, are typically quirky.
The track would sound right at home on Imogen's previous album, 'Speak For Yourself', which should keep fans happy but if you didn't like her before, this is unlikely to change that.