Mclusky start 2002 where The Strokes left 2001 - with a two-minute, guitar-driven stomp of a single.
Taken from forthcoming album Mclusky Do Dallas, To Hell With Good Intentions is, however, far from a copy attempt. Indeed it owes more to Six By Seven, Nirvana and punk.
"My love is bigger than your love" is repeated throughout the verses in a half-yowl that Kurt Cobain would have been proud of. "And we're all going straight to hell!" is the somewhat pessimistic chorus...
The backing tracks are more obviously Nirvana tributes and, like the main track, come bundled with heaps of energy. This lot should be rather good live.