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Milk Teeth bring a refreshing taste to UK music

Updated: Jan 13

Milk Teeth are a band who’ve already had a successful run but after a very full tour with Creeper and the announcement of Slam Dunk, it doesn’t look like the band will be slowing down anytime soon.


Signing to Roadrunner Records, the band have released their new single ‘Owning Your Okayness’. A pop fuelled song with energy, the band bring a refreshing taste to the UK music scene and we must ask: why do we need more bands like Milk Teeth.

As a young quartet, formed in Gloucestershire, they are no stranger to UK tours and big crowds, constantly entertaining. But with a female vocalist as strong as Becky Blomfield we are left wondering, why haven’t we heard more. The UK scene is supported by all genders and a strong vocalist like this often leads to comparisons with the extremely successful Paramore but Becky stands out. Conveying true power and emotion in her voice, she pushes through and inspires. Supported by Billy Hutton, Chris Webb and Oli Holbrook, a strong band like Milk Teeth are exactly what the UK needs more of, performers and musicians in one, Milk Teeth are a band that will be loved by all.

Anyone would be a fool to miss the band at any of their upcoming shows:

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