If there’s beauty in simplicity, then the title track from Old King’s Sun Down Finger E.P. is a work of irrepressible allure. As catchy as a playground chant and probably even less sophisticated, there’s joy to be had from it’s wonky charms, it’s like muzak made for the supermarket of your nightmares, panicked and unpolished. Somehow linked to the previously raved about Temple Songs (whether it’s just a different moniker or is a side-project is uncertain), it’s definitely interesting, even if it’s not quite easy to quantify how. Second track ‘A song in the Key of Dave’ tries adding a few more elements and still hits the spot, but feels more like a downmarket woodsist derivative than the shocking primary colours effort that proceeds it.