Lancaster PA's SPILL are no strangers to the polarizing nature of both success and failure. A theme that is the driving force of their debut full length on No Sleep Records titled Top Ten. Diving into the ups and downs of life, juggling being in a band, working a deadend day job, and trying to deal with relationships throughout all of it. Recorded at The Headroom (Joyce Manor, Hop Along) with Kyle Pulley (Thin Lips) and featuring a guest appearance by Chris Diehm (1994! Thin Lips, Year of Glad). Top Ten is an instant beer and blood-soaked Rickenbacker rock n roll signaling. The musical equivalent of a movie scene where the protagonist wakes up in their clothes, lights a cigarette, chugs a beer, and walks outside to face the terror of everyday life with a sadistic smile and understanding of the mess ahead of him. SPILL makes you feel like it's ok that your life is screwed sometimes. Pessimistic Optimism isn't an Oxymoron, it's a band called SPILL.
For Fans of: Archers of Loaf, Superchunk, Cheap Girls, Beach Slang