No Way Back
This is so radio friendly that it wouldn't be too hard to imagine the single taking radio the local boozer, paying for drinks all night then giving it a life home, with a quick stop for a kebab.
Mid-paced, plodding, whining Brit Rock at its very worst, this is painful listening. It's all too easy to stare at the front cover depicting the band standing on a tall bridge and find your self whispering "jump boys, jump"
There are a hundred reasons why everyone should buy something other than this daytime listening fodder, and number one is that it's a dreadful song played listlessly and layered with faux emotion