"The trouble is that you're in love with someone else/It should be me, it should be me" cries Paul Banks, as Interpol's latest single from their wonderful Antics album bursts into action.
No longer do we need to harbour this sort of envious feeling in our heads, we now have four sharply dressed men from New York to do it for us. What's more, they do so in a highly accessible way, much in the same vein as their two previous singles Slow Hands and Evil.
C'mere is what Nirvana would have termed a radio friendly unit shifter due to its unforgettable hook, but at the same time manages to retain all the trademark Interpol characteristics that we know and love - namely Banks' dark, mesmerising vocals and a military like precision in its delivery. Either way it's a big step in the right direction that should rid Interpol of thier position as one of the best bands in the world still operating covertly.