By Franz Ferdinand
Enticing each listener and new fan alike with a distinctly un-Franz intro and instructions to run although it isn't 'dignified'; Kapranos et al yet again prove that they are indeed artists of integrity as they boldly go where they haven't previously.
It works oh and how it works: 'I could be there when you land' sounding like the line all girls would wish such a front man to whisper in their ear. The band go all the deeper though as the lyrics appeal to the inner most aspect of women: fashion and love hand-in-hand.
'Put the boots back on and run / Come, come on over here' is a delightful and satisfying ending to a beautiful bit of Franz. More introvert in its sexual connotations than other Indie bands of the same ilk yet still conveying the message intended.