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Milk Teeth’s brand new EP ‘Go Away’ is out now!

Posted on November 17, 2017

Milk Teeth have today released their brand new EP ‘Go Away’. The EP which features ‘Nearby Catfight’ and Dan P Carter’s Rockest Record ‘Big Sky’ is the follow up to their Roadrunner debut ‘Be Nice’ which released in July. Milk Teeth hit the road once again as support for Good Charlotte at the end of the month. Don’t miss it!

You can get your copy of ‘Go Away’ on limited edition 12″ transparent yellow vinyl as well as streaming it on Spotify and download from iTunes.

Milk Teeth announce new EP ‘Go Away’ with the official video for ‘Nearby Catfight’!

Posted on September 25, 2017

Pre-order the limited edition transparent 12″ vinyl and exclusive pre-order t-shirt now

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:

November
27th – Southampton, 02 Guildhall
28th – Nottingham, Rock City
30th – Glasgow, Barrowland

December
1st – Birmingham, O2 Academy
2nd – Manchester, Academy
3rd – London, O2 Academy Brixton

Milk Teeth’s Roadrunner Records debut is OUT NOW!

Posted on July 28, 2017

Milk Teeth’s debut Roadrunner Records release ‘Be Nice’ is out now! The EP features the summer punk rock ripper ‘Owning Your Okayness’ and ‘Prism’.

Grab your copy on limited edition 12″ yellow vinyl or from iTunes. There is also an exclusive Roadrunner Records x Milk Teeth t-shirt.

The band are currently on the road with support from Employed To Serve and Wallflower. Shows are selling out quick so make sure you get a ticket!

July
28 Manchester Star and Garter **SOLD OUT**
29 Sheffield Plug
30 Glasgow King Tuts
31 Leeds Key Club

August
1 Nottingham Bodega
2 Norwich Epic Studios
3 Southampton Joiners
4 London Borderline **SOLD OUT**

Milk Teeth reveal brand new song and video for Prism!

Posted on July 17, 2017

Everything is falling into place for MILK TEETH ahead of the July 28th release of their new EP and Roadrunner Records UK debut ‘Be Nice’. Their latest track ‘Prism’ was picked as Daniel P. Carter’s Rockest Record at Radio 1, and it’s the second EP track to receive that accolade after ‘Owning Your Okayness’ earlier this summer.

Now MILK TEETH further build anticipation for the EP by sharing the video for ‘Prism’. Combining unsettling and colourful imagery with an energised performance, the video neatly complements the track’s punchy mix of attitude, melody and aggression.

‘Prism’ is the third track to preview ‘Be Nice’ after the grunge meets power-pop slacker anthem ‘Owning Your Okayness’ and an acoustic performance of ‘Hibernate’ which demonstrated that compelling songwriting always underpins MILK TEETH’s material, and that vocalist Becky Blomfield is equally as adept at delivering tender emotions as she is a full-throated roar.

Produced by Neil Kennedy (Creeper, Boston Manor), ‘Be Nice’ 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.

MILK TEETH’s recent UK shows have included their debut performances at the Slam Dunk Festival, which saw Team Rock, Upset and NME all pick them as a highlight of the weekend, and at 2000 Trees. Their summer continues with a UK headline tour and select festival dates, tickets available now.

July

23rd – Amplified Festival (headliner, Shoot Your Hoops Stage)

27th – Birmingham, The Flapper (headline show)

28th – Manchester, Star and Garter (headline show)

29th – Sheffield, The Plug (headline show)

30th – Glasgow, King Tuts (headline show)

31st – Leeds, The Key Club (headline show)

August

1st – Norwich, Epic Studios (headline show)

2nd – Nottingham, Bodega (headline show)

3rd – Southampton, Joiners (headline show)

4th – London, Borderline (headline show, SOLD OUT)

5th – Bristol, Hit The Deck Festival

11th – LeeFest

26th – 234 Festval

Milk Teeth sign to Roadrunner Records, release new video and announce headline tour!

Posted on May 8, 2017

Tipped as one of Britain’s hottest rising rock bands, MILK TEETH can now announce that they’ve signed with Roadrunner Records UK. The band’s first release for the label comes with the brand new EP ‘Be Nice’ which will be out on July 28th. ‘Be Nice’ represents the first of two interlinked EPs, with the second to follow later this year. In addition, MILK TEETH have also announced details of a summer UK headline tour that includes a London show at The Borderline.

“Roadrunner is the home of the bands that we grew up listening to and who have influenced our own sound today,” says vocalist/bassist Becky Blomfield. “They work with the best and we are so stoked to be welcomed as part of the next breed of artists with the potential to inspire the next generation. Our teenage selves were kicking about in little towns not knowing where we would end up, and almost a decade later we can say Slipknot are our label mates. Not bad for a bunch of kids from Stroud.”

Produced by Neil Kennedy (Creeper, Boston Manor), ‘Be Nice’ opens with the grunge meets power-pop slacker anthem ‘Owning Your Okayness’ which was picked as Daniel P Carter’s Rockest Record at Radio 1, while the second track ‘Prism’ captures their punchy mix of attitude, melody and aggression. That energy continued unabated in ‘Fight Skirt’ which features Blomfield’s snarling vocals pitched against Billy Hutton’s frenetic shouts as its rushes to an intense conclusion.

The EP comes to a surprising conclusion with the final track ‘Hibernate’ which stands out as being completely different from anything else from the band’s discography. Accompanied by plaintive guitar, Blomfield’s voice cracks with vulnerability and emotional turmoil as she delivers confessional lines such as “I won’t bear the guilt of giving up or be the one who’s not enough / Don’t let me fuck it up” before the band erupt into a final cathartic wall of sound.

The ‘Be Nice’ 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 only.

Tickets for the headline tour are also available now!

May

27th – Slam Dunk Festival, Birmingham
28th – Slam Dunk Festival, Leeds
29th – Slam Dunk Festival, Hatfield

July

8th – 2000 Trees Festival (main stage)
23rd – Amplified Festival
27th – Birmingham, The Flapper (headline show)
28th – Manchester, Star and Garter (headline show)
29th – Sheffield, The Plug (headline show)
30th – Glasgow, King Tuts (headline show)
31st – Leeds, The Key Club (headline show)

August

1st – Nottingham, Bodega (headline show)
2nd – Norwich, Epic Studios (headline show)
3rd – Southampton, Joiners (headline show)
4th – London, Borderline (headline show)
5th – Bristol, Hit The Deck Festival

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