Milk Teeth Have Split Up
UK punk rock trio Milk Teeth have called it a day.
The full-length is out on January 29 via Hopeless Records – but you can hear it right now!
Milk Teeth are streaming their 5K-rated debut album ahead of its release next week.
The full-length is out on January 29 via Hopeless Records – but you can hear it right now! So stream it below, and let us know what you think in the comments. If you dig what you hear, pre-order Vile Child at this link, and pick up the new issue of Kerrang! (out now) to read our review of the album.
Bassist and vocalist Becky Blomfield says: “We didn’t set out with any grand idea we just wanted to make something that crossed over – this record encompasses everything we do well as a band.”
Catch Milk Teeth supporting Tonight Alive live at the following:
18 London O2 Kentish Town Forum
19 Manchester O2 Ritz
20 Newcastle University
21 Glasgow O2 ABC
23 Portsmouth Pyramids Centre
24 Bristol O2 Academy
26 Birmingham O2 Institute
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