1. It’s a taut dance-rock number with a legitimately funky rhythm track and a deftly handled minimalist arrangement—sounds like Jakob Dylan and company have been listening to a lot of the New York Noise compilation and late-era Clash records.
2. Mick Jones from the Clash is actually on it.
3. Unlike the output of other earnest turn-of-the-millennium pop-rock bands giving themselves dance-floor makeovers, it’s completely free of any douche-chill-inducing self-embarrassment.
4. I like it.
Check it out for yourself after the jump.