'Singles' follows the love lives of a group of Twentysomethings who all live in the same apartment block in Seattle. Traffic planner Steve embarks on a turbulent relationship with Linda, a commited environmentalist who he meets at a club, while Janet, a coffee shop waitress, attempts to pin down Cliff, an inept singer in a band who is more interested in working through the cliches of the Rock'n'Roll lifestyle. His attitude changes, however, when Janet gives up the chase, and it becomes his turn to do the wooing. 'Rolling Stone' writer Cameron Crowe directs, covering the romantic comedy with a subcultural sheen which led to 'Singles' being billed as the first 'grunge' movie. Matt Dillon's backing band are played by members of Pearl Jam, while their song 'Touch Me, I'm Dick' is a parody of Mudhoney's underground classic, 'Touch Me, I'm Sick'.