Debut album, Cheaply Bought, Expensively Sold features 12 studio recordings, produced by the esteemed Chris Marshall in Glasgow (Gerry Cinnamon, Baby Strange, The Dunts, The Van T's etc). Setting a precedent to expect the unexpected on their debut, new single No Fun is one such example of many left-turns to be found littering the intrinsically volatile: Cheaply Bought, Expensively Sold. Marking a shift in gear from the political to the personal, No Fun is a snarky riposte to performatively interesting party-goers, as it charges through 3 minutes of razor wire guitars and galloping drums. With Welsh in parts trading his distinctly Glaswegian accent with a southern twang, the singer makes a sly dig at the London A&R men who are too often lacking in self-awareness. From the appropriation of Scottish working class ‘buckfast’ culture, to that one guy wearing a bucket hat ironically blaring out 80’s cheese, desperate to be the life of the party, No Fun takes aim at the various forms of ‘party chat’ encountered in a Glasgow flat at 3am.