Comic Review: Bad Waitress – ‘Rabbit Hole’

The latest in our ‘Comic Reviews’ feature – where illustrator Sally-Anne responds to a new release with her wonderfully unique drawings – we check out the raging latest single from Toronto’s Bad Waitress. Following the riotous power of ‘Strawberry Milkshake‘, the band have now shared a playful new video for ‘Rabbit Hole‘, ahead of the release of their debut album later this week.

Of ‘Rabbit Hole’, the band explain:

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.”

No Taste, the upcoming debut album from Bad Waitress, is set for release 3rd September via Royal Mountain.

Sally-Anne Hickman
@sallyshinystars

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