Does It Offend You, Yeah? Set New Album Release
Says frontman James Rushent, "I think it's about time we have a f***ing mess. We want to perform music that, if we heard it, we'd go 'oh, who's that?' rather than 'here's another f***ing '60s soul artist.' [The 18 months spent recording the album] was stressful, panicky and hard work. It's the nature of how we work. It's like trying to put a jigsaw together where you don't know what the picture is at the end."
Synth master Dan Coop concurs, "This is our break-out album. It has got balls-out angry stuff and serene melancholic, quite depressing stuff as well. We'd rather show all our hands like that than write a whole album that sounds the same."