There is a God and she is a woman with a blinding taste in music. Well, that explains Adele Bethel and Sons And Daughters, and Taste The Last Girl - the follow up single to Dance Me In culled from latest album Repulsion Box.
It's a departure from the band's usual psycho-country sound, and has a strong Smiths feel and Phil Spector style production.
It blasts off with the driving happy-go-nasty guitar and very Morrissey line: "Too much is need, too much is greed." Bethel's vocal sounds like the girl who picked on you in the playground, hard as nails and twice as bitter, while Scott Paterson, howling na-na-na-na in the background, sounds like her demented and very sinister sidekick. All is driven along by a perfectly paced piece of edgy playground pop that comes to an abrupt halt that leaves you wanting more. Perfect.