For the record I believe don't stop now, and Saturday sun to be the best choices for singles..
I agree. I don't know why those two get grouped in with this. "Don't Stop Now" is your classic pop song, and given what it represented--Crowded House reforming after a decade--it was pretty much perfect. And as for "Saturday Sun," Intriguer was so subdued as a whole (not a criticism) that I think there was only one other song that even could have been a single--that being the significantly weaker "Twice If You're Lucky."
I think single choices for Crowded House have been pretty spot-on, but for other projects, perhaps less so. I think I will ultimately like "Flying in the Face of Love" quite a bit--it has the feel of a grower--but I think there are likely more immediate songs on the album that would have been a better fit.