REVIEW | Milk Teeth – Go Away


What a year it has been for Stroud punk rockers Milk Teeth. From gracing the front cover of Kerrang, to signing with Roadrunner, to their successful Be Nice EP, and they’re not done yet, as the quartet have cranked out yet another record titled Go Away.

Without the slightest hesitation, they immediately bust out the goods with I Stabbed You First, setting the bar with high-octane energy levels to get the blood pumping, further highlighted by brilliant writing. They make the most of every second with the concise Lillian, where the volatile drumming is joyful and helps to boost the already established intensity.

Nearby Catfight has a frantic rhythm, solid chorus and some more noteworthy writing, and soon they cool the pace down for the harmonious Big Sky, in which Becky prospers at the forefront and the guitars give a slick showing.

And just like that, with another smashing EP, Milk Teeth continue to authenticate themselves as one of the greatest British factions on the go right now.

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