Picture this if you may: You die. Your family makes a funeral. A fist fight begins. The food on the table starts flying everywhere. Elderly people fill their plates from the carpet. The fight ends. Everybody hugs and eats dusty sandwiches.
Believe or not, this actually happened to our good Nasty friends. After attending to their friend’s funeral, shit (more accurately, food) really hit the fan. Chaos reigned and the Nasty just couldn’t help but to capture that ludicrous scene forever in their brand new single “Food On The Floor“.
The Nasty artists continue to amaze with their level of commitment to the comical expression of everyday life. Evolving their sound by the minute and gaining more recognition after each release, the trio is absolutely killing it. Even though this track is, as the band puts it, a diversion from their refining sound, it encapsulates all of the “Nastyness” we’ve grown to love.
A clever riff and a mean drum beat deliver the heat. Vocals shout with a festive spirit almost like a party anthem, overshadowing the fact that they’ve just lost a friend, but as the band says: It’s what he would’ve wanted. This is a track to lose your mind, period. Throw stuff, get shit-faced, give your condolences, fuck off.
“It’s an ear-worm. A bopper. A song to twist and groove to. We genuinely never planned to make this record but once it was written it had to be released. Listen and you’ll probably understand.” – 9′ O’Clock Nasty
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