Hailing from an area known for its reggae rock, Clean Spill are a refreshing break from that sound. The Santa Barbara-natives' indie rock recalls bands a bit further down the coast. Ahead of the release of their new album, we're premiering the band's "Come Around," that gives a bigger picture to only the band's sound, but also to how driving indie rock should when its done right. With memorable chords and a semi-psychedelic sound that encapsulates the lo-fi Southern California rock scene, don't be surprised to hear from from the rockers soon.
"We wrote this song about the person who is ALWAYS negative," the band says "In the song this person starts off negative, not a great person to be around and ends up throughout the song finding out that theres nothing to be bummed about. We find ourselves to be pretty laid back easy going guys. Life is too short to be negative and we wanted to portray that through this song.”