Reckling: Spitter

With strong singles being released off it one by one, Human Nature, the new EP by Los Angeles punk rockers, Reckling, quickly shaped up to be a rather noteworthy listen. Spitter, the EP's opening and focus track, finds band leader, vocalist and songwriter Kelsey Reckling delivering an absolutely searing performance.

Speaking on Spitter and their new EP, Kelsey unfolds: "Each song on the EP encompasses a different feeling that I think everyone can relate to or identify with... it's human nature.

"Spitter is literally about a girl spitting on me because she didn't like me, but more generally, it's about persevering through the difficult things in life. The song sorts through my own angry feelings that were brought on by somebody else's misdirected emotions.

"The underlying themes in this EP move through feelings of indecision, guilt, and regret...but writing and playing the songs are a way of finding resolution, forgiveness, and surrender."

Human Nature also features previous singles, In My Hair and Verbalize, as well as a fine cover of How Low Can A Punk Get? originally by Bad Brains.

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