Remember The Rakes? You should. Such stalwarts of post-punk revival English indie that Arctic Monkeys once got called “the poor man’s Rakes.” Their breakthrough single, 22 Grand Job, channeled the anxieties of young working Londoners. Am I making enough to get by? Does it matter if it’s less than what my mates are making? Is it worth the misery? Opening with a machine gun snare and never looking back, the song is a snapshot of the young professional ennui that got largely wiped out by the global economic collapse. It’s done with a swagger that clearly recalls their one-time tour mates, Franz Ferdinand, and shows no indication understanding that things could get much, much worse.