The Vitriots ‘Rabbit Hole’ : Continuing to be blessing the bejesus out of the underground scene.

The Vitriots

Brit-pop and 90s Grunge with a modern Alternative Indie bent. Punchy bass riffs, high octane drums and gritty guitar sounds that roll under Brandon’s signature vocals. Brandon says about the song: “I did that thing where I fell in love with a girl I didn’t know on a night out and then I imagined how things might go if we hung out.”

They recorded the track in one take in a live studio.

Said the band: “We booked a session at some rehearsal studio near an ikea and this old dude named Doug or something recorded 8 or so of our songs in an hour. Some of them were trash, but a couple ended up being alright. Rabbit Holes one of the alright ones”

Brandon Jack, Richard Heath, Jaxon Brown, David Sayah together are The Vitriots and they released their debut EP, ‘Lobster Brain’ (2018). And from then on their knack for melodic hooks and complex lyrical themes have been blessing the bejesus out of the Australian underground scene, since.


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