The fifth single from the amazing, never-cease-to-amaze Scottish trio. And how typical it is, quirky time signature. Incredibly original, as can be expected. Beautiful guitar lines, poetic/prophetic lyrics from Si, original bass from James and original and perfectly fitting drums from Ben. For a song thats lasts 3minutes 21, it takes you through a whirlwind of moods. The intro interesting and attention catching, the verses beautifully sculpted and the heavy choruses, an excuse to let your hair down. ...And with the scissorkick is a mixture of all good things Biffy. Amazing instrumental work, beautiful lyrics and vocals. Ranging from screaming at the beginning, to gentle falsetto later on. For those present at gigs, one can hear the chants of 'scissorkick' in the hopes they'll play this song, although the crowd are rarely rewarded. Lastly DYRWYCF, seen as a somewhat juxtaposition after scissorkick, but a mellow, moving, emotive acoustic song. This single and b-sides really show the diversity of Biffy's abilities. and remember Mon the Biffy.