Glasvegas, usually accused of being `boring' or `out of tune' but not since the release of EUPHORIC /// HEARTBREAK \\. This album is very different to their first self-titled effort. The first had poor vocals and mostly forgettable tracks, really nothing special, but Euphoric Heartbreak is a cut above the rest. Songs such as `Euphoria, Take My Hand' are written with robust choruses, bellowed from lead singer James Allan, backed by tambourines or floaty electric guitars. The lyrics (partly concealed by the extremely strong Scottish accent with which they're sung) are meaningful and relatable: "Heartbreak, I'm not holding your hand any more. Euphoria, take my hand", these positive lyrics are set to a triumphant beat which inspires ambition and enthusiasm. I'll admit, the spoken word tracks `Pain Pain, Never Again' and `Change' aren't really to my taste, but they fit with the album and when listening as a whole they complete it. Glasvegas have most certainly won my heart and I'm eagerly awaiting to hear anything new from these superb Scots.