This album heralds a welcome return for the Galashiels quintet who produced a wonderfully original first album in 1998. This quick-to-follow second album again features their own unique charms in abundance; Paul Vicker's gruff, bellowing vocals, daft titles (what on earth are 'Zulu Kites' or 'Sub Erotic Fields'?), art-rock quirkiness but above all, and most importantly, winning melodies which sound totally unlike other music around today. 'Rule The Roost', the first single, is the most straightforward they get but even this glam stomp appears to contain three different melodies for the price of one. 'Get A Bright Flame' and 'Love Is A Curse' experiment with strings with fascinatingly dark results. Strong hooks are similarly abound on the aforementioned strangely-titled songs and also notably 'Cabin Fever' and 'Tear Dog Eyes' which only confirm that theirs is a talent worth encouraging.