Girl group Majors is a semi-rebranding of the short-lived ANS. Their company is confidently calling this debut “the beginning of legend,” which is all well and good until you misspell “biginning” on the album artwork. Oops! (edit: the agency fixed it after this review was published) But, those kind of quirks are a fun hallmark of smaller agencies, and the mistake actually represents Spit It Out quite well. The song is at times solid, and at others quite silly.
Let’s get to that spoken-word hook first. I get what they’re trying to do here, but the delivery is unintentionally funny. It just makes me think about those times my dog has unearthed something gross from the ground and refuses to let it budge from the iron grip of her jaw no matter how nicely (or not) we coax her. I’m certain that’s not the connotation Majors were aiming for, but the phrasing has a tone of admonishment that makes me chuckle.
The rest of the track is standard girl group pop, circa BLACKPINK and their “bad girl” ilk. It centers around a catchy synth riff, which I actually like quite a bit. Unfortunately, the rest of the instrumental never develops enough steam around it. The verses have a satisfying stomp, and build toward a fun pre-chorus. But apart from that silly spoken-word hook, there’s not much here that other groups aren’t already providing. On the plus side, the girls have pleasant voices with all the requisite attitude required of a song like this. They clearly have potential to take on more daring material, and I hope they’re given the opportunity.