Back and hopefully not going to bankrupt any more record labels, Fischerspooner return with a low key release to find a nation that has clasped the hi-energy, ultra-camp party stylings of the Scissor Sisters to their collective bosom. "Ah," they ask, a little glint in their eye, a flicker of hope in their hearts: "Will we be more warmly received this time around?"
They may well be, because Just Let Go is a funky melange of hi-energy disco inferno, with emotionless, Daft Punk android vocals and a guitar riff which shouldn't really be there, but somehow slots in with unexpected grace.
The clue is in the title - If you don't try and give it a meaning it doesn't have, it's good, and this is coming from someone who didn't particularly care for Emerge and who wouldn't have been unhappy if the entire electroclash scene had stuck its head in an oven with the gas on full. Fun while you're listening, instantly forgettable when you're not, it's disposable but-not-despicable dance music without baggage.