Hole-y moley! Courtney Love has surprised the Internet with a digital release of her new single via Wavves-affiliated imprint Ghost Ramp, "Miss Narcissist." Reminding you with her scarred voice and suggestive lilt that she's back, better and bigger than ever, Courtney does what she does best on the track: play the part of the unapologetic bad girl. Incredibly acidic and loaded with the sort of pent-up vehemence you'd expect from someone always hit hard by social rags, she attacks public perception with bratty, tongue-in-cheek lines like "me, me, me, no apologies" and "Miss Narcissist, it's us versus them," striking back against the roar of caustic guitar riffs and marking a sonic return to her grunge-era roots. And as some of her most lo fi-sounding work to date, it makes sense that it's accompanied by her own watercolored artwork. This is O.G. Love-levels of DIY. Listen to the single below.