Not wanting their set to be stuck in one gear, limited to one mood, tempo or rhythm, they set about trying to put as much into a 3-minute tune as they could.
The tracks are all different, inspired by a variety of experiences and influences. For Pete's Sake gives a nod to Jacques Brel's Vesoul in its contemporary take on escape from a stultifying relationship. Walking On Air takes the opening lines of Fats Waller's Crazy 'Bout My Baby as a starting point, and uses them to get at a completely different set of ideas. Other People's Taste plays with ideas of identity and originality - and the vanity of small differences - with a tongue-in-cheek reference to meeting your doppleganger.
Identity, personal flaws, doomed and failed relationships are addressed with a shrug and a wry smile.
"We want this album to feel like a fun, catchy piece of work. Stick it on while you brew the coffee."