Just when you think Cate Le Bon is going to deliver the melody your ear's prepared for, she decides to not give you the satisfaction. On "Wonderful" - a cut from the Welsh singer-songwriter's newest album, Crab Day - she delivers verses that pummel along only to be counteracted by a faux-majestic chorus underscored by snorting horns. Le Bon has perfected a form of folk-leaning post-punk - an unimaginable cross of Deerhoof and Belle & Sebastian.

Just when you think Cate Le Bon is going to deliver the melody your ear's prepared for, she decides to not give you the satisfaction. On "Wonderful" - a cut from the Welsh singer-songwriter's newest album, Crab Day - she delivers verses that pummel along only to be counteracted by a faux-majestic chorus underscored by snorting horns. Le Bon has perfected a form of folk-leaning post-punk - an unimaginable cross of Deerhoof and Belle & Sebastian.