By Biffy Clyro
This is the final single from Biffy's fourth album 'Puzzle', and gone are the days where a couple of songs were released in single format. Every album these days seems to be a cash cow where the cream gets a little sourer per release, at least for the audience.
Arsonist talk. Joy. The lyrics are repetitive, border line dull. It's all a little adolescent for a band that has moved up to the top table as of late. Bombarding us with questions of witches and photographs, the backing track is exceptionally annoying after the first thirty seconds. There will of course be people who like the simplicity of the song, the pounding drums and rhythmic guitars, and as much as it takes influence and even sounds like it could be a QOTSA track, it's an album filler rather than chart topper. What else could you expect from the sixth album song to be lifted out for a single? It's over before you know it too, which is as much a good thing as a bad one! "I'm a fire and I'll burn, burn, burn tonight! I'm a fire and I'll burn, burn, burn tonight!" What else would you do if you were a fire? I wonder who actually does have a match!?