The band's 10th studio album marks a return to a time when the Quireboys rocked - and rocked hard. "There are no ballads this time," confessed frontman Spike. "I approached the songwriting from a different angle and it felt good. There's a lot of passion there." A bullish reworking of crowd favourite Gracie B reinforces the point. Title track Twisted Love sees Griffin,Guerin and Spike join forces to deliver one of the darkest Quireboys anthems to date. Ghost Train takes the listener on a bluesy, Hammond/soundtracked journey to the band's classic era while the rock and soul of slow/brooding set closer Midnight Collective is simply sublime. "We locked ourselves away again and worked our arses off," said Guerin. "We perform well under pressure. And I have to give immense credit to Spike - the lyrics on Twisted Love are some of his best ever." Enjoying a richly deserved renaissance, The Quireboys continue to tour extensively and write records that will stand the test of time.