Glamor by way of punk or minimal wave by way of the 21st century bedroom musician may be an apt descriptor for Father Finger. Kylie Lance's (aka Father Finger) "Temper" is a driving almost retro minimal synthpop tune that takes cues from the darker more occult site of the pool. You are more likely to find elements of Psychic TV's acid house period than anything New Order or say ever did. Just like much of the classics of the genre this is some outsider and punk inspired music.
The video created by Christine Jones matches the spirit of DIY experimentalism that Lance's music rests upon. There is grainy VHS-like footage that has a bewitching nature to it through constant changes in speed and reversals of the film. The outsider and cold characteristics of "Tempter" is also brought further to life in the footage of modern day alienation. Lance and company travel throughout some tourist infested boardwalk seemingly utterly out of place wearing all black with matching lipstick.