Try as you might haters, but you will never take Fefe Dobson away (REFERENCE).

The Sunday Love pop princess has returned like a phoenix rising in 2014 — or more accurately, a firebird. That’s the name of her upcoming album, which the “Stuttering” siren is about to promote with a headlining tour across Canada.

Before all that happens, Fefe’s decided to drop a follow-up to her underrated Tegan & Sara-esque 2013 single “Legacy” with a brand new cut called “In Better Hands,” which was co-penned with X Factor US Season 2 vocal coach and songwriter, Eddie Serrano. (He wrote JoJo‘s “Paper Airplanes,” and is therefore a legend.) The track was produced by Hasham “Sham” Hussain and Denarius “Motesart” Motes. (They produced Celine Dion‘s “Loved Me Back To Life,” and are therefore legends.)

The thing about Fefe Dobson is that she sure knows her way around a hook. After all, it’s been more than half a decade and I still wake up every day with “Don’t Let It Go to Your Head” rolling around in my brain.

“In Better Hands” is no exception to that rule: The guitar-driven pop-rock break-up anthem sounds like it’s been plucked straight out of the angst-pop playbook of the early ’00’s (not a criticism on my end, although the lyric “this has become so uncool fast” is more than a little bit ironic), but it’s no less infectious than anything off of, say, Avril Lavigne‘s debut.

“Three strikes, we tried, now I’m in better hands,” she cries out. This firebird has flown.

“In Better Hands” was released on March 18. (iTunes Canada)