SPiN is the sort of band which fully understands that rock music works best when it’s performed live. The band is known for their devotion to performing: headlining their own gigs, or supporting the likes of Halestorm, Fule, Hinder, Puddle Of Mud, and many more in more than 600 shows across 25 states of the US. Their latest track, ‘Dig Your Own Grave’, from their new EP, ‘Meant To Rise’, is a crusher of a song reminiscent of Queens Of The Stone Age, and The Black Keys.
The video for ‘Dig Your Own Grave’ follows a girl around the Venice Beach area of Southern California, showing her on the beach, the streets, the markets, just ordinary every day locations, but shot in such a way as to highlight the rich beauty of the area, and its gorgeous colour.
The song itself is hard and rocking, conveying the energy of a live performance with the production values of a studio recording. ‘Dig Your Own Grave’ is sure to follow in the footsteps if its predecessor, ‘Happy Together’, which made it to the #1 spot on the iTunes Indie Rock Charts. Other tracks from SPiN’s previous EP, ‘Stalked’, found their way onto networks including VH1, MTV, and Comedy Central, and their EP ‘Meant To Rise’ looks set to continue the trend.
Find SPiN on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. ‘Meant To Rise’ is available as a free download from their Official Website. Check out the rest of SPiN’s music on iTunes, Amazon, Soundcloud, and Spotify.