Milk Teeth began putting together their debut album, Vile Child, during breaks from their busy tour schedule. They emerged with youthful hits, tinged with a wild vibrancy, that combine boisterous musicality with escapist lyrics that now come to characterise the band itself.
Milk Teeth’s summer was spent in the surroundings of The Ranch Production House in the New Forest, a sanctuary which is familiar to the band, as the home to their breakthrough EP Sad Sack. To then be reunited with producer Neil Kennedy (Creeper and More Than Life) their new masterpiece has formed, and it is sure to provoke new horizons for this exciting ensemble.
Introducing the video for Crows Feet, taken from the band’s debut album, Milk Teeth remind us of the unadulterated joy that is spurred by live music, with a compilation of footage from their May headline tour. As Becky told us in an interview from this same tour, nobody should have to “second guess” going to shows, thus it’s refreshing to witness the innocent revolt of the band’s shows.
Milk Teeth’s Crows Feet shows us an all round good time, notably with appearances from the Southampton Joiners show, which the band recall as a particularly crazy night. The band are returning to the road, with dates to follow, and their debut album Vile Child is out now.
24th August @ Oxford O2 Academy w/ Lower Than Atlantis
25th August @ London O2 Forum w/ Thrice
27th August @ Reading Festival
28th August @ Leeds Festival