The Count Of Monte Christo

Noisettes are great, and not just because their singer Shingai Shoniwa has hair like a new rave unicorn’s mane. Their soul-rock-blues jam is very odd indeed, but songs like ‘Scratch Your Name’ and ‘Bridge To Canada’ have tunes equally as exciting as drummer Jamie Morrison’s living wasp-nest barnet. This doesn’t, alas, and rather than being a loud and nasty gut-punch stormer like most of their other numbers, is a sweet, acoustic-led ditty with lyrics about bees. Definitely not interesting enough for a band with the greatest collective hair (Cut! We get it, you like their hair – Ed).