Despite the restrictions of living coast-to-coast that hasn’t stopped Ink To Spill who, by working remotely, take full advantage of the plethora of production tools available to them to create dynamic, energetic rock. The quartet, who describe themselves as a “digital rock band”, are now set to release their new single “Raging Hormones” and you can hear the fruits of their work with our exclusive premiere.
Inspired by a woman who continues to crave a world that no longer craves her, this hard-hitting single conceptualizes the life of a party girl ready to conquer Las Vegas. She lives the wild life she craves in her skin-tight clothes doing drugs with high rollers who pay to play. She spends nights at dance clubs and thrives throughout her 20’s. Blinded by bright lights, she soon realizes she can no longer keep up with the fast life. Her lifestyle ages her beyond her years and the song quick shift in mood is captured by lead vocalist Gus Reeves as he transitions from bass player Ryan Behling’s bright uplifting vocal to a more gloomy delivery capturing the darkening shadows that inevitably catch up to the high-flying temptress.
Check out the punishing effects of a party lifestyle in our exclusive premiere of “Raging Hormones”:
Comprising Gus Reeves (Lead Vocalist, Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar), Ryan Behling (Vocals, Bass, Keyboard), and Ernie Adams (Drums and Percussion) the group bring in Lead Guitarist Bob Palmieri for live shows as well as C’Quil for songwriting and production.
Talking about the track, C’Quil explains, “I’ve always been interested in word play and the origin of words and it occurred to me that the ‘Raging Hormones’ from one’s teenage years could lead to various effects in ones adult years, with one possible outcome being that ‘A Raging Whore Moans’ because of some of those early decisions. In this case, it’s an unfortunate result for a young woman who tried to take on the Vegas lifestyle before she was ready, but for others, it works out just fine.”
Ink To Spill release “Raging Hormones” on November 12, 2019 and you can find out more here on their official Website.
When you’ve done all of that, here’s the band with one of their other tracks “Something Here Is Torn”: