The Rills have released ‘Spit Me Out’, a song about “love and lust”

Catch the trio on tour towards the end of the year.
Photo Credit: Sara Carpentieri

The Rills have released their new single, ‘Spit Me Out’.

The track arrives ahead of the Lincoln trio’s upcoming European and UK dates, which include a night at London’s Camden Assembly.

“It’s a playful song about love & lust,” the band explain. “It’s got an air of sexy about it, but in an insecure way. It does have a clear story in my mind, but sometimes it’s better to leave things up to the imagination – it’s us ‘showing a bit of leg’.”

Check it out below, and catch the band live at the following:

27 London Camden Assembly

10 Leeds Brudenell Social Club
12 Lincoln Drill Hall
19 Sheffield Leadmill 2
23 Bristol The Exchange
24 Birmingham Hare & Hounds

01 Edinburgh Sneaky Pete’s
02 Newcastle The Cluny
03 Manchester Deaf Institute

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