Forget your bucket list, Montreal punk trio DISH PIT have shared ‘1000 Ways To Die’, a track which riotously explores the many reasons why millennials might be down in the dumps. The release precedes the band’s May UK tour dates, which include a slot at The Great Escape Festival this week.
Having met in the dish pit, washing dishes and wiping away greasy leftovers; Nora, Jack and Brianna came together as a band and moved into an apartment together in Montreal. Wedged between a porn studio and a music studio, it’s no surprise that their sound is as chaotic, unpredictable and as filthy as their surroundings.
“This track is meant to be an exploration into why everyone my age is seemingly depressed,” explains vocalist Nora. “’Is it the hormones in our milk or video games?’ is implying that it could be a chemical, or lifestyle thing.” Whatever the reason, Dish Pit’s new single is a riotous remedy for millennial angst.
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Dish Pit UK Tour Dates
15/05/18 Thomas Street Manchester
17/05/18 The Ferret Preston
18/05/18 East Street Tap The Great Escape Brighton
24/05/18 The Amersham Arms New Cross London
25/05/18 The Exchange Gin Festival Bedford
29/05/18 The Salty Dog Northwich