The concept of puppy love isn’t exactly a new one, but back when Paul Anka first crooned his way through the classic in 1959 - before Donny Osmond and S Club Juniors, ahem, followed suit years later - we would venture a guess that he wasn’t actually talking about his canine pals. But that’s where Paul and Chloe Moriondo differ; the latest offering from the Detroit singer is, quite literally, all based around puppies. Opening with ‘Sammy’, a giddy dedication to her own dog (“He loves to go out in the summertime / In between he never leaves my side / He really likes eating carrots”), and including a sparkling cover of Florence + The Machine’s ‘Dog Days Are Over’, ‘puppy luv’ is quite literally a bit of fun. And who can argue with that?
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