after 16 years, they return sounding fresh as daisies, crafting incandescent Britpop chock full of wailing guitar solos, tasty riffs and swaggering lead vocals .
'Instant Pleasures' is the most fitting title for this, their fifth album and their first since 2001's 'Truth Be Told'. Not only is it a comment on our tech-obsessed, social media crazy, instantaneous world, it's also a literal tongue-in-cheek reference to the tracks themselves. “Whatever you want these days you just click a button and you're instantly pleasured,” says Witter. “It's certainly the way the world seems to turn at the minute. But it's also a nice little nod because if you were to play our album you'd be instantly pleasured. There are twelve pretty damn cool songs on there.” For fans of blur, oasis, and stereophonics.