"I never defined myself as a rapper," says Jack Allsopp, but as "a singer-songwriter who had a little bit more to say".
On the evidence of All Night Cinema, what he has to say has since shrunk to fit. It sounds, by turns, like Jack Johnson, Coldplay, New Order and, God help us, Oasis. He depicts a London recognisable from reality, but has a desperately dull way of doing it. Similes are strained; no cliché is left unturned and the lapse into Moby-ish hippie speak ("We're all embers from the same fire") is unforgivable.