No One Deserves You presents Crayon Fields in vibrant technicolour, full and free and self-assured. All the classic Crayon Field strademarks are there - the vocal harmonies, guitarist Chris Hung's fearsome fretwork, Brett Hudson's nimble basslines and Geoffrey's sly, debonair songwriting. But it is also Crayon Fields as you've never heard them before - grown-up, knowing and with a slight swagger in their step. They've always contrasted their structured, detailed pop arrangements with an impulsive, irrational approach to romance. But this aspect has only become more pronounced as their musicianship develops and singer O'Connor becomes all the more willing to exploit every reflection on love, positive or negative, for the sake of entertainment.