The new single from Madness sounds much different from their earlier stuff, but it is still a fantastic song. With a great rhythem and catchy lyrics. Although more lively than the previous single NW5, the song has a tragic edge to it, where the singer wants to paint a lover back into his 'picture' but can't.
The tragicness of the song adds to it, and like most Madness songs that tackle sad subjects, this has an upbeat catchy tune that makes you want to get up and dance and believe you me you'll be singing "Come down I am missing you" for days on end. Plus you get Madness's cover of the Roadette song, originally by Ian Dury! What more can you want?
Excellent single, highly reccomended!