I know nothing of this band other than this one single.
The A-side is Sloppy Heart, a piece of 80s slow sterile breathy overprecious cack, po-faced style over substance, self-conscious and empty, like someone's surgically removed the sliver of soul from Dream Academy.
Just look at them ferchrissakes! That peroxide ponytail, you bunch of mega-eighties ponces!
The B-side has much the same delicate faux-luscious arrangement and style, but it's Anarchy In The UK. It's utterly hilarious, especially the plinky bell sound the keyboard uses for playing the guitar solo.
Just like the delight of finding a drunken version of King Of The Road on the B-side of REM's So. Central Rain, so this cracks the mask of the A-side which (I'm guessing) is more typical of Frazier Chorus' output.
They keep it up right to the end, and it's all the funnier for not having any clumsy humour introduced.
[MP3 deleted to make room for new ones. Sorry!]