Just in time for Hallmark's second-favourite holiday, BC's Young and Sexy ante up an album of psyched-out soulful pop slow burners that should be every self-respecting indie rock lovah's new booty soundtrack. Their sophomore effort, Life Through One Speaker, was too uniform, too inoffensively pretty to live up to the potential shown by Y&S's Stand Up For Your Mother debut. Here, though, they dirty up Paul Pittman's and Lucy Brain's exquisite, echo-laden Beautiful South harmonies with reverbed bass, swirly sound effects and jagged guitar solos. Between the boy-girl interplay and the twinkly arrangements, Young and Sexy still sound a lot like the West Coast version of Stars, but there's a viscous, tranquilizer haze to the production on Panic When You Find It that's reminiscent of both the Byrds and the Velvets. This disc's standout heartbreak ballad, Without Your Love, could be Y&S's response to I Found A Reason.