You'd be forgiven for thinking the Scissor Sisters have had a minor identity crisis in 2012. They began the year with light hip-pop number 'Shady Love' featuring tastemaker fave Azealia Banks, before teaming up with Calvin Harris for club-friendly cut 'Only The Horses'. Despite both being enjoyable efforts from the US eccentrics, they failed to ignite any major interest on the chart.
As such, we breathed a sigh of relief when the four-piece confirmed 'Baby Come Home' as their next single. Partly because its mix of bouncy piano and funky guitar is more addictive than a game of Temple Run, but mainly because it recalls classic Scissor Sisters circa 2004. It's a welcome reminder of their roots and one that deserves to replicate some of their heyday success.
Watch the music video for Scissor Sisters' 'Baby Come Home' below: