Silly Cigarettes‘ has some immediate charm, with all the flavour that comes from the best of British indie: a delectable mix of melodic guitars, tongue-in-cheek vocals and explosive crescendos. Whilst being a slightly more refrained take on Little Triggers‘ usual brash, unapologetic style, there are still plenty of highs and lows here to give the track an unpredictable, dynamic quality.

Taking the best of early Arctic Monkeys (the vocal melodies from lead singer Thomas Hamilton-Hughes have some notable similarities to that of Alex Turner), as well as some of the explosiveness of Pennsylvania-rockers The Districts, the band have a familiar, recognisable quality whilst offering something new at the same time.