Still riding high on the afterburn of 03's Caught By The Window, Pilate seem poised to be the soundtrack to your summer with the release of another bang-on set of moper anthems. Not wanting to mess with a good thing, Sell Control finds Todd Clark and the boys building on the sounds, textures and shimmering falsetto that brought them acclaim, and the subtle changes, while not revolutionary, reinforce the power this quartet is able to conjure from a rather simple formula. For better or worse, the Thom Yorke/Chris Martin/Bono comparisons are sure to follow them around yet again. While they're partly justified, it's obvious Pilate are developing something uniquely their own, as evidenced in the rocking, almost danceable, Lover Come In. On I Won't Blame You they almost play a country guitar line. Almost. Sell Control's brilliant sound, courtesy of knob-twirler João Carvalho, and a slew of radio-friendly songs could make this the summer of Pilate - at least until Radiohead drop another on us.