Metacritic with an embarrassing 51 percent rating. Knowing all of this made this single, a collaboration with Norwegian electro pop producer Bertine Zetlitz (aka Pleasure), all the more unexpected and enjoyable. Originally featured on a follow-up EP, this version of "Back To You" (found on Pleasure's Pleasure 2) re-imagines and refines Anderson¹s discouraged ballad as a spacey slice of ambient pop, replete with acoustic "Space Oddity" guitars, campy interstellar synths and one magical sax that delivers the money shot full-on towards its ending. Zetlitz evokes the nocturnal grace of Air's Moon Safari, but best of all though is how vital the ex-androgynine singer sounds. It's the closes this moody, nasally siren has been to fulfilling his Bowie worship in a decade and a half. Heartfelt, gorgeous and affecting, it's a shame Brett can't do more of this because this is easily the best thing he's done since "She's In Fashion" and a memorable moment in 2007.