Kill the Waitress is the boisterous rock athem that proves girls with guitars should never be underestimated
Liverpool musician, Abi Rose Kelly is making a name for herself in the industry with over 100,000 streams on Spotify and her name on the Glastonbury emerging talent list. New track Kill the Waitress is her third single all about those she meets and just how angry they all are as well as learning to live with being unhappy.
“‘Kill the Waitress’ is a song about how angry I am with facing the same angry people every day, and how I view my life in general, coming to terms with being miserable and getting on with it. No self pity here, we’re all human.”Abi Rose Kelly
Kill the Waitress paints images of a small packed out venue in the 80s punk rock scene, not that the track wouldn’t transfer to a bigger stage (it could do so effortlessly) but it’s reminiscent of those more underground nightclubs in Camden. It immediately packs a punch with vigorous drums, electric guitar and the hazy, sharp vocals of Abi herself. The verses have a slower pace that consistently builds into an anthemic, prominent chorus, taking on the responsibility of leading the song whilst Abi’s vocals add authority a meaning.
Everyone knows Liverpool has produced some brilliant musical talent and it seems this is Abi Rose Kelly’s time to shine. Kill the Waitress is available to stream here.