track offering that delves into more genres than a confused teenager. The confrontational opener; ‘Fight’ is this years equivalent to ‘Kissy Kissy’ by The Kills, with thumping percussion and whining guitars Adele provides the aggressive P.J. Harvey come V.V. Kills touch, as Scott chips in with his laid back yet strong folk tinged style often reiterating Adsele’s lines to reinforce their at times, mystical importance;
“You can look inside, you can look inside; this common curse, this common curse.
The lines are drawn, the lines are drawn. This is getting worse.”
Adele then shows her softer side in the ballad ‘Broken Bones’ in which her crisp and heartfelt vocals caress the mind of the listener, in a provocative pearl of a song. When Scott takes on the main vocal duties in ‘Johnny Cash’, his raw and compelling style as though he is disclosing a valued secret, will bring into the mind memories of The Proclaimers. Sons & Daughters are as rich and diverse as modern society and with their undoubted chemistry; they could ensure that Franz Ferdinand will be supporting them in more ways than mere friendly advice in the not so distant future.