Photo Credit: Jade Sadler (@jadesdlr)
By Alissa Arunarsirakul // April 28, 2021
If you’ve been a longtime reader of ours, you’d know that we’re completely obsessed with spill tab and her unique bedroom pop. Having been raised by musical parents, this French-Korean newcomer eventually sparked an interest in music, and we couldn’t be more grateful for that. Now that her touring days as Gus Dapperton’s merch manager are over, spill tab is well on her way to dominating the indie charts with her hazy new single, “Anybody Else.”
As drum sticks collide and electric guitars soar in “Anybody Else,” we’re reminded of how charming spill tab’s DIY approach really is. While this dynamic track has spill tab revealing her true feelings, “Anybody Else” explores the potential of being a fan favorite in no time. To top it off, the accompanying visual presents a rainbow of set designs with spill tab giving messy manicures and teeth clenching waxes.
On “Anybody Else,” spill tab shared,
“This song is cheesy as fuck, but I love it. It’s pretty straight forward, a little shameless – the lyrics are sort of a way of expressing my love without openly saying, ‘I love you.’ Jade Sadler (the video director) and I just wanted to have a shit ton of fun on this one. We thought about something with narrative or plot and it was just getting too corny. I wanted something lighthearted and playful, so we decided we would have all of our homies in this video paired with different colors and angles and set designs. I’m so excited with the way it turned out.”