A raucous, anthemic guitar tune designed to shake the angel and the devil off of your exhausted shoulders, Toronto-based punk band Bad Waitress have shared their latest single ‘Too Many Bad Habits’. Released via Royal Mountain Records, the track is a “working class battle cry” against the relentless frustrations of everyday life.
Formed of Kali, Katelyn, Moon, and Nicole, Bad Waitress create riotous, inclusive punk tunes for listeners to rage and rock out too. Formerly known as The Nude Dogs, under their new moniker the band have shared an EP titled Party bangers: Volume 1, and they’re gearing up to release their first full length album later this year. Their blend of heavy riffs and satirical, cathartic lyrics scorch the ears with a righteous fury, and new single ‘Too Many Bad Habits’ is no exception.
“Bad habits, we all have them and the guilt surrounding them eats us up,” the band explain about the track. “This song is a cathartic expression of the frustration that emerges from constantly teetering on the edge. It’s screaming into the faces of the devil and angel whispering in your ear.”
Watch the video for ‘Too Many Bad Habits’ below.
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