Milk Teeth’s debut Roadrunner Records EP ‘Be Nice’ elevated them to become Brit rock’s brightest hope with two Rockest Records courtesy of Radio 1’s Daniel P Carter as well as further daytime support across the station.
Now Milk Teeth have unleashed new track ‘Nearby Catfight’, a quick-fire assault of snarling attitude, effervescent punk rock and gnarled grunge melodies. The track is the first to be taken from the band’s new EP ‘Go Away’ (produced by Neil Kennedy) which will be released on November 17th.
While ‘Be Nice’ focused on the eclectic extremes of Milk Teeth’s sound, ‘Go Away’ finds the band streamlining their song craft into straight-to-the-point firecrackers in the shape of ‘I Stabbed You First’ and ‘Lillian’. They also highlight closing track ‘Big Sky’ as a song which “indulges our love of big riffs and takes things back to our original inspirations as a band that helped form our early releases.”
“‘Go Away’ is faster, more frantic and much more tongue-in-cheek lyrically than ‘Be Nice’,” says vocalist/guitarist Becky Blomfield. “The songs are reflective but with a fun spin on the subject matter. This EP is a representation of everything the band can do now and the broad spectrum of influences we put to use during the writing process.”
Released on digital and limited edition yellow vinyl formats, the ‘Go Away’ EP is now available to pre-order at milkteethpunx.com. In addition, a brand new t-shirt design is available to buy exclusively as a bundle with the 12” vinyl throughout the EP’s pre-order run.
Recent months have seen MILK TEETH sell-out a UK headline tour and play festivals including 2000 Trees, Hit The Deck, LeeFest and Amplified. Their debut performances at the Slam Dunk Festival saw Kerrang!, Team Rock, Upset and NME all pick them as a highlight of the weekend. Next comes a major tour as support to Good Charlotte:
27th – Southampton, 02 Guildhall
28th – Nottingham, Rock City
30th – Glasgow, Barrowland
1st – Birmingham, O2 Academy
2nd – Manchester, Academy
3rd – London, O2 Academy Brixton