Hopeless Records is thrilled to announce the signing of UK scuzz-poppers Milk Teeth.

Hopeless Records is thrilled to announce the signing of UK scuzz-poppers Milk Teeth. Their debut EP Sad Sack, which was originally released through Venn Records, is available now for digital purchase on iTunes and can be pre-ordered on vinyl today. The vinyl version of Sad Sack will be released officially on June 10th.

On signing to the label, Milk Teeth said in a joint statement, “We are beyond stoked to be joining the Hopeless Records family. It is a genuine privilege to be apart of their legacy and we are excited to be included in the new generation of Hopeless bands. Stay frosty!”

We here at AltCorner could not be more pleased for one of the best bands in the UK right now, both musically and as people to sign to such an awesome label. The future is certainly their oyster and we can certainly expect a lot from Milk Teeth with Hopeless’ backing.

With songwriting way beyond their young years, Milk Teeth have made their mark as one of the most exciting new acts. The band is currently on tour in the UK and will head to France, Germany, Italy and Austria in May. A full list of upcoming tour dates can be found below.

Live Dates

April 16 – Manchester, United Kingdom – Manchester Academy 3
April 17 – Leeds, United Kingdom – Key Club
April 19 – Glasgow, United Kingdom – King Tuts
April 20 – New Castle, Australia – 02 Academy 2
April 22 – Cardiff, United Kingdom – The Globe
April 23 – Brighton, United Kingdom – Haunt
April 24 – Oxford, United Kingdom – 02 Academy 2
April 28 – London, United Kingdom – Underworld
April 29 – Portsmouth, United Kingdom – Wedgewood Rooms
May 2 – Bristol, United Kingdom – Thekla
May 3 – Leeds, United Kingdom – Outbreak Fest
May 4 – Glasgow, United Kingdom – Classic Grand
May 6 – London, United Kindom – The Dome Tufnell Park
May 7 – Paris, France – Boule Noire
May 8 – Stuttgart, Germany – Universum
May 9 – Zurich, Switzerland – Kinski Klub
May 10 – Modena, Italy – La Tenda
May 12 – Munich, Germany – Backstage Club
May 13 – Vienna, Austria – Arena
May 14 – Prague, Czech Republic – 007
May 15 – Berlin, Germany – Bi Nuu
May 16 – Copenhagen, Denmark – KB18
May 17 – Stockholm, Sweden – Bergsunds strand 43
May 19 – Gothenburg, Germany – Skjul 46
May 21 – Hamburg, Germany – Knust
May 22 – Cologne, Germany – Underground
May 23 – Eindhoven, Netherlands – Dynamo
Jul 11 – Cheltenham, United Kingdom – 2000 Trees Festival
Aug 22 – Hassel, Germany – Pukkelpop

Brad Biddlecombe

April 15, 2015

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