The second release from Baxter Dury’s new album is the title track.
It’s very catchy.
Second release, because he has already given us Miami which is really good and has an excellent video, but which contains far too much nasty language to be allowed a post of its own on here.
And yes, it seems that this Guardian review is spot on.
Dury has always been good at conjuring up monstrous male figures, their aggressive swagger matched by their glaring inadequacy.
Still, should you be intrigued, you can click through, pre-warned, here.