British pop punk band, Milk Teeth have released their brand-spanking-new 4th EP (including 2 EPs and 1 studio album) named ‘Be Nice‘ after releasing their debut album ‘Sad Sack‘ over a year ago
The EP consists of four kick-ass songs which includes, Owning Your Okayness, Prism, Fight Skirt and Hibernate. This album shows us all that the band are as strong as ever, and we can only wait for new music which we can tell already that it will be amazing!
The first song on the EP is Owning Your Okayness, the first single released, which is a favourite of mine. Lead singer Becky’s vocals just gives you goosebumps because of how iconic and bold it is, which is shown throughout the whole time. The instrumentals are just as brilliant, with Chris Webb on lead guitar, Oli Holbrook on drums and Billy Hutton on guitar. You can just tell that each one of them put everything towards the music they create and the outcome is tremendous as always, which just shows the fans that each album is soaked with passion, including this one.
The next song is Prism, which was the second single released from the album. This track was released with a aesthetically pleasing video which was exceptionally made. You can find the link to this video below!
I find this song is one of the strongest of the whole album, with a dark theme where Milk Teeth seemed to nail perfectly, but there’s no surprise there!
The last two songs are Fight Skirt and Hibernate, which are two very interesting names for songs that I kinda adore. These songs close off the album perfectly but leaving you begging for more, which we can hope Milk Teeth will give us soon! But for now, we will just have to enjoy what brilliant stuff we have from them and check them out on tour.
CHECK OUT MILK TEETH ON TOUR:
28 th – Manchester, Star and Garter (headline show)
29 th – Sheffield, The Plug (headline show)
30 th – Glasgow, King Tuts (headline show)
31 st – Leeds, The Key Club (headline show)
1 st – Nottingham, Bodega (headline show)
2 nd – Norwich, Epic Studios (headline show)
3 rd – Southampton, Joiners (headline show)
4 th – London, Borderline (headline show)
5 th – Bristol, Hit The Deck Festival