Bad Waitress Go Through the Looking-Glass in New "Rabbit Hole" Video

The song appears on their forthcoming album 'No Taste'
Bad Waitress Go Through the Looking-Glass in New 'Rabbit Hole' Video
Toronto-based punk quartet Bad Waitress are gearing up to release their debut album No Taste — out via Royal Mountain Records on September 3 — and today they've shared its third and final single, the lurching "Rabbit Hole."

The band described the track as "[plunging] you headfirst into an airless spiral."

They elaborated in a statement:

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 single also comes with an Alice in Wonderland-inspired video courtesy of MichealXCrusty. The clip finds the band sitting around a lushly set table before wreaking havoc on the festivities.

No Taste will feature "Rabbit Hole," as well as previously released singles "Strawberry Milkshake" and "Delusions of Grandeur."

Watch their latest video below, where you can also find the group's upcoming tour dates. 



Bad Waitress 2021 Tour Dates:

12/07 Chicago, IL - Schubas 
12/09 Toronto, ON - The Garrison 
12/10 Ottawa, ON - Dominion Tavern
12/11 Montreal, QC - Ritz 
12/14 Brooklyn, NY - Elsewhere - Zone One