Unchanged from the version on the album or the first single, "Mind Over Money" is a fine winner from Turin Brakes and a good choice for a single, the duo's fragility and careful precision on display quite well. As for the B-sides, "Stone," a recorded-at-home number by the two members, is quite lovely, a blend of acoustic strum and evocative guitar shimmer deep in the background topped by Knights' high voice. The Neil Young comparisons that have sometimes been made for the band make a definite sense here. "Tunnel," meanwhile, was recorded in just such a place during a break in shooting for a video in L.A. It's only about a minute worth of natural-echo-swathed guitar and vocal keening -- a fragment, but an appropriately unsettling one.
AllMusic Review by Ned Raggett