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Bad Waitress is exactly how it sounds (brutal & awesome)

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They incorporate heavy licks, intense energy, and strong satire. Bad Waitress, they are how it sounds. Horrible service that reeks of cigarettes, yet somehow they’re still your favourite restaurant, erm…band. Bad Waitress is a four-piece punkrock band from Toronto. As a collective they strive to create an empowering, inclusive and positive environment for people to rage out and have a fucking awesome time with some FEROCIOUS, SHAMELESS, ECCENTRIC PSYCHO MUSIC MANIIIAAAAA.

Their newest single and music video “Pre Post Period Blues” came out at February the first. The video is “A dreamscape of all things filthy and deranged! This self directed music video will douse you in a bloody mucky kaleidoscopic of a nightmare.” The band about the video on social media “This video was shot on our phones throughout January in lockdown. There were no parameters. The idea was to just shoot whatever inspired us and through that, this nightmare (no surprises there) was born. ”
Listen & order “Pre Post Period Blues” here.

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