Torture & The Desert Spiders Share New Single ‘The Tooth, The Gap & The Filling’

British DIY punk-pop project Torture & The Desert Spiders share their gripping new single The Tooth, The Gap & The Filling, the A-side of their double release alongside the folk-inspired if you go then i go, out everywhere now. 
What I like the most about this song is its fast-pace, somewhat hectic energy and how it instantly got me headbanging to its infectious melodies. The mantra-like chorus, packed with so much confidence and passion, got stuck to my head after the very first play, making me just want to crank up the volume and just go nuts. The Tooth, The Gap & The Filling is a 90s-inspired unnerving garage-punk cty that pairs confident vocals with soaring guitars, energetic rhythms and punchy drums that create an overall euphoric, high-energy atmosphere perfect to get you hyped up in no time. 
Accompanying the release, Torture & The Deser Spiders have shared its 90s-inspired horror music video which beautifully matches the song's message and energy. Check it out below!



Inspired by the all-too-familiar battle of working in a hospitality job in order to fund your art, Anna says,
This track came from a bedroom demo I made and intro’d to our producer, Pete Harrison (of San Lorenz) over at Yellowbird Studios. It was initially a poem I wrote about shit experiences working in hospitality and me questioning the ‘breaking point’ of a destitute person working in the modern world. ‘The Tooth”, “the Gap” and “the Filling” are three different people, destitute, hopeful and miserable daydreaming of escapism and your mind drifting to more morbid thoughts when life at your ‘day job’ is unbearable. But it is also a joke. It’s about being so beyond your point of caring at work that morbid things become farce and your bound for comfort and survival are stretched. It is the perfect antithesis to the b-side because this is a song for those who are angry and feel a bit hopeless. ‘if you go then i go’ is a song for those who are joyful, and want hope; those emotions are felt by the same person, often, and I hope these exemplify that.