‘Pump the Gas’ is almost as weird but a bit gentler, and more like Radiohead. For once, a band not afraid of the fact that their vocals are British and not American; it’s so refreshing. There’s a dual vocal harmony with a falsetto complementing the main vocals (what is it with bands and falsettos right now?), and, with the tune, it sounds heartbreaking. Last track, ‘Southern Star, is definitely the most upbeat of all three tracks, there’s a very C+W feel to it and only the vocals remind you that the song isn’t by an American act. As far as singles go, ‘Well Done You’re Number One’ is a nice enough single but, whether it’s quirky and different enough to rise above the rest of the similar bands, it’s hard to know.