Not a whole lot to say about this one. It was interesting and original and Pearce gives his usual great performance, but there just isn't a whole lot going on. The singer doesn't seem great enough to justify his attitude, but it works in a way. What really made this stand out to me is that it had plenty of chances to take a cliche route (and I kept expecting it to) but it didn't. The writer was smart enough to take the road less travelled.
Also - Not sure, but it sounds like Pearce did his own singing. Either way, he sounds capable of being in an actual band.