Dan Stephens and David Meads’ moment in the spotlight arrived a couple of years ago courtesy of Thou Shalt Always Kill, a dismal little piece of witless juvenilia that  threaded its way into the UK top 40 on the back of its popularity on YouTube.

They’re hoping to add to their 15 minutes with album number two.

But while The Logic Of Chance is less gratingly smug than Angles, the long-player that came before it, it’s no more appealing, either lyrically or musically.

An irritation.