Third in a trio of fiery, feisty releases, Woman’s Scorn sees the exploration of the emotion that follows heartbreak. ‘Anger always comes out in a song,’ Hynes explains. ‘You can play any character in a song.’ Once again flirting about the edges of rock and blues, Hynes puts her own twist on the classic country music trope of a woman wronged. Opening with a whimsical, toy-like effect to the production, the song lulls its listener into a sense of security until all guitars come out blazing. Hynes’ fire is ruthless; you can almost hear the maniacal laughter as she powers through the final chorus. One thing’s for sure: woe betide anyone who crosses Shannon Hynes.