On their ninth album, veteran indie greats Spoon show they're as musically restless as ever. Even when exploring the well-travelled genres they venture into here.
They push their sound into dirty funk, disco-rock, indie and, most comfortably, dad rock.
It's the latter genre that provides some of the album's highlights, especially the jaunty piano-led grooves of Do I Have to Talk You Into It, the Wilco-esque Tear It Down and the 70s soaked melancholia of I Ain't the One.
But it's not all slippers and whiskey. The band also confidently turn their hands to some effortlessly cool danceable numbers.
It's hard to sit still to the disco-swagger of the title track, the throbbing bassline and scratchy funk of Shotgun and the stomping indie-pop groove of First Caress.
This is undoubtedly a solid, groovy and somewhat low key return for Spoon.
Though the group's hardcore fans might have expected more experimentalism and polish after the three-year wait for Hot Thoughts, the album proves that sometimes it's best not to overthink these things.
Verdict: Spoon serve up dirty disco-grooves and comfy dad-rock