Just when I thought that the whimsy and elegiac wistfulness of the "If You're Feeling Sinister" album was gone forever, Belle and co give me this. Thank you. Jonathan David took a few listens for me to catch on, but it is sort of in the track of "Legal man". They have the same psychedelic organ swirling in the back ground, with a truly catchy chorus and an inventive melody. It took me a while to decide that I liked it, but now I really like it alot. It is my favorite song that Stevie (I think that is his name) sings; I usually avoid listening to him much. That said, the other two tracks are where the money is. "Clock" is beautiful, almost majestic in it's pathos, and lovely. It feels like it were a bouquet of flowers sadly left out in the rain as their petals drop into the mud. "Loneliness" feels very much like classic B&S, with a great melody, good hooks, and beauty to spare. Both are sung by Stuart...which is, of course, a good thing. I think that isobel and steve both have functional voices, perhaps even both more "pretty" than stuart's nasal self. However, he inhabits the soul of the music more strongly, and I think he understands how to sing more than they do. Bravo. I can't wait for more.