“I’m Single”’s the jam. It’s got that gauzy vibe of driving through a dark city on a summer night, teetering between dangerous consequence and substance-induced not giving a fuck. Over the course of the other two songs, the sun slowly rises over the horizon. The city slowly wakes up. It ultimately finds the band in a weed haze, arriving home, into the bedroom, first surf-licking The Jesus And Mary Chain then woo-ooohing at the end, almost sounding like a derelict, morning-after Beach Boys for several measures. I like these guys.