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Courtney Love Has Given Us An Anti-Anthem With 'Miss Narcissist'

Song of the summer for people who don't like going outside.

Kurt Cobain's name has been on many a music writer's -- and Nirvana fan's -- lips over the past few weeks with the premiere of the documentary "Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck." But Monday (May 18) everyone's probably going to be talking about his widow, former Hole leader Courtney Love.

Love released a new song today, "Miss Narcissist," via Ghost Ramp -- a label founded by Wavves' Nathan Williams -- and it's, in a few words, devastatingly rad.

Opening with a discordant squeal of guitars, Love sneers, "Miss Narcissist, come on/ Magnificent and obvious/ Bless us with your presence/ And your paranoia."

The growly jam builds and builds as Love describes everyone's favorite toxic friend/lover/mother/Courtney Love (the single art DOES feature her doppelganger looking in a broken mirror), until she reaches the explosive chorus, wailing, "Man, man, man, no apologies/ And in the end/ Miss Narcissist, it's us versus men."

According to Pitchfork, the song will be released this summer on 7" in the wake of Love's tour with Lana Del Rey.

If you haven't been following Ghost Ramp's releases this summer, you better get on that -- because Courtney's jam is only the latest in a string of exceedingly catchy songs. Williams previously released his side project Spirit Club's new self-titled record -- as well as a single with his OTHER side project, Sweet Valley, featuring Juicy J and Soulja Boy.