Turning heartache into a weapon, the principle songwriters of Dehd take shots at each other throughout their third LP, one year on from their own romantic breakup. Surprisingly good natured, there’s a brightness that comes through the jangling guitar and solid percussion that wears the influence of the Jesus and Mary Chain, Broadcast and Galaxie 500. Upbeat and loose, ‘Haha’ skips along breezily while ‘Drip Drop’ lumbers and ‘Moonlight’ meanders. The highlight, ‘Flood’, builds a solid, propulsive bassline around Emily Kempf’s most dramatic vocal take. Tumultuous but comprehensive, ‘Flower of Devotion’ is articulate and vulnerable and accepting.