Dish Pit – ‘1000 Ways To Die’ | Single Review

Back in April my ears were treated to something naughty. Montreal trio Dish Pit burst onto the scene with their debut ‘Trash Queen’ and I’ve essentially been in love ever since. Now they return with second single ‘1000 Ways To Die’ and my god, it’s good. It’s all about how everybody around the same age appears to be depressed and well, can you blame us? I can’t even enjoy video games nowadays without being labelled as a failure. Fuck that, I want to play GTA and live my life in peace.

‘1000 Ways To Die’ is a punchy little number complete with the traditionally-Dish Pit guitars that are scrappy in execution but revel in their desire to embed itself into your face. The vocals strain against the instrumental to really ramp up the Punk vibes and the drums help bash the song even further into your brain. It’s awesome.

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