The Jezabels make big music that is good and listenable. Look Of Love is big, good, and listenable. But as is the problem with most Jezabels tracks, there’s little residual emotion, leaving little to hang on to. It’s built for the festival environment: on the surface it’s all smiling at your mates, raising a can, maybe an arm around the shoulder as you break into a sway, but deep down it’s just not enough to distract from whatever worries that ferment within the mind. It’s an air show – you can look up and marvel, but don’t expect it to dip down and lift you away from this.