Following the release of their debut album ‘No Taste‘ last year, Toronto-based four-piece punk rock band Bad Waitress are back with a new single “Spit It Out“ and will also tour across the UK this May with Gustaf.
Speaking about the new track, the band said “A classic tongue in cheek banger advocating a brattish yet genuine world for all. One dose of this vicious serum will keep your veins pumping all summer long.”
Bad Waitress‘ antsy art punk revels in fits of fury and ego. It spits in your face and winks, ferocious and playful. The Toronto-based four-piece play like they’re conspiring or casting a spell, each member wielding a different power, howls and erratic drum fills and fiery riffs fueling one another. Their debut album ‘No Taste’ came out last year via Royal Mountain.
See Bad Waitress live:
April 29 – Nottingham @ Bodega, UK
April 30 – Edinburgh @ Stag & Dagger, UK
May 1 – Glasgow @ Stag & Dagger, UK
May 3 – Dublin @ The Workman’s Club, IR
May 4 – Manchester @ YES/ Pink Room, UK
May 7 – Coventry @ Coventry Central Library, UK
May 8 – Birmingham @ Hare & Hounds, UK
May 9 – London @ Moth Club, UK
May 10 – London @ Moth Club, UK
May 11 – Cambridge @ The Portland Arms – UK
May 13 – Brighton @ The Great Escape
May 14 – Bristol @ Crofters Rights, UK