Released: 9th August 1999.
After the departure last year of former lead singer Kelli Dayton, the Sneaker Pimps make their comeback with guitarist Chris Corner taking up vocal duties instead. The first single to arise from this is interesting, with a dark, almost trip hop feel, but it makes them seem like a very different band now.
Welcome to this single from the Sneaker Pimps entitled "Low 5" - that's as opposed to 'Top 5' which this single will be very lucky to reach. It's not dreadful but it's not fantastic either. It's pretty catchy and is upbeat but misses some real substance.