I loved the previous Fratellis hit "Creepin' up the Backstairs", and I'm pretty sure part of it was the strange combination the song had of punkish rock and music hall patter. "Henrietta" carries on the combo. The sheer jollity of a band singing of life with "the has-beens and the addicts" is infectious. The B-Side "Cigarello" is more in the rock vein, but it has a definite 50's flavour. Both songs are absolutely fabulous.