Toronto, ON-based four-piece punk band, Bad Waitress are about to release their debut album, No Taste on September 3, 2021, via Royal Mountain. Today, they have unveiled their new single, “Rabbit Hole”, which follows their previous singles, “Strawberry Milkshake” and “Delusions of Grandeur”.
Speaking about the new track, the band said ”
“Rabbit Hole” plunges you headfirst into an airless spiral. You’re unreachable, growing comfortable in the bleak nest you’ve found yourself in, knowing those you love will tire of trying to dig you out. The song begins with rising tension that, with a rough shove, gives way to a deep sludgy conclusion. Dissonant guitars and jarring vocals bring you to that dark place and swallow you whole.“
The band’s upcoming debut full-length album, No Taste, finds strength in mood swings, from upbeat “groovin’ down the street” songs like “Strawberry Milkshake” to “I’m gonna fucking punch everyone” songs like “Lacerate,” as Nicole puts it.
“It’s good to listen to when you’re walking alone at night. I get really anxious, but I feel powerful when I listen to this album, like I’m fucking untouchable. It’s basically a self-defense album.”
“There’s always a ‘fuck you’ to the man,” Kali says. “The album is a rollercoaster. Every song takes you somewhere different.”
“We definitely don’t run the risk of being pigeonholed with this album,” Katelyn adds. “It really does showcase all of our talents individually and how they come together.”
Check out the video for “Rabbit Hole” below, and stay up to date with the band via their socials.
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