Released: 11th July 2005.
We're onto the fourth single from Rooster's self-titled debut album, and they can seemingly pick tracks at random yet still pick perfect singles choices. Whilst this is unquestionably the softest single they've released to date, and aimed firmly at the pop market, it's still a great piece of music, full of all the stuff we've come to expect from Rooster. Expect this one to go Top 20, though the Top 10 will probably elude them as it did so last time.
One of the two words in the title describe this song, I'll leave you to guess which one! "Deep And Meaningless" really doesn't stand out, and provides further evidence that Rooster have not only churned out the obvious singles from their album, but are also in desperate need for fresh material.