Finally - finally! - this Horowitz single sees the light of day. And it's been worth the wait.
Horowitz songs are like something you can cling to when times are hard, or you've had a shit day or work, or you have no money or your girlfriend's just told you she's running off with your sister. 'Super Snuggles' has this melancholic feel which makes you realise that it's not just you who's fed up and skint. YOU ARE NOT ALONE.
Meanwhile, back at the ranch, 'Winona' hammers out a primitive beat whilst Ian purrs about doing the nasty with the unnattainable. Warning: contains mild peril.
Hang on! What's this? It's 'The Boy From Whatstandwell', and it's a Horowitz torch song! It's in 3/4 time, and everything. I think the more pompous among us would call it "mature". I won't bother doing that.
Another amazing pop fix from Horowitz, then. Look out for the album which is apparently ready to go when the band can get a label to release. Come the revolution, comrades, Horowitz will be fighting record labels off with a shitty stick.