A bit from last week's Glastonbury to mop up - you've doubtless spent the last seven days ploughing through the BBC coverage trying to find out a set by James Arthur. But there doesn't seem to be one.
It's almost as if he wasn't there.
Hang on, he wasn't.
How can this be?
James has his theory. It's that Glastonbury us wrong:
Arthur tweeted yesterday, saying:I'm pretty sure Bad Lashes headlined the Pyramid Stage Saturday last year, didn't they?
Its sad that I'll probably never play Glastonbury because of the format I was discovered.. Has anyone from xfactor ever played it?
He then tweeted: "Especially sad when you see how mediocre some of these acts are live!! #verybitter," but deleted the tweet shortly after.
Perhaps James should have a word with his record label and see if they... oh, hang on, he doesn't have a label, does he?
It's sweet though that he thinks it's his having been on the X Factor which makes him a pariah, rather than it's only that he's been on telly that sustains him at all.
Still, James: try sending a tape to BBC Introducing. You might be able to make it in music after all.