Given the glossy pop rock that Brown and Followill are known for making with their other outfits, "No Tell" isn't loaded with any surprises. It's tuneful and slick, with a four-on-the-floor beat, Edge-y (not edgy) guitar sounds and nebulous lyrics about how "she" is doing various things. Those aforementioned indie bands that Jared's a fan of? It seems those may have wormed their way into his dome and made a bit of an impact. But hey, there's a naked lady on Smoke and Jackal's cover art, which is rock 'n' roll! As far as the sonics of the song are concerned, don't worry about taking my word for it. Why would you? You can hear all three-and-a-half minutes of "No Tell" below, so have a listen. Destined for success among the P4k set? Flash in the pan? Quality pop? You tell us.