Milk Teeth share chaotic new live video for ‘Fight Skirt’ (taken from ‘Be Nice’ EP)

Milk Teeth share chaotic new live video for ‘Fight Skirt’ (taken from ‘Be Nice’ EP)


Share new live video of ‘Fight Skirt’

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“This four-track EP signifies the emergence of a more grown-up vision for one of the UK’s most exciting new bands… As a springboard to Milk Teeth’s next chapter, it suggests we should be very excited indeed.” – Kerrang!

“You need to hear this band.” – Rock Sound

“Loaded with riffs, and a rage that’s wild with youthful abandon but never naive.” – Noisey

“One of the brightest hopes in British alt-rock.” – DORK

“Milk Teeth are something truly special, and they’re just getting started.” – Upset

“They’re this summer’s nu-grunge soundtrack.” – NME

“A joy to behold, a visceral mashup of the spiky and sweet.” – Metal Hammer

“A band unafraid to try anything.” – DIY


MILK TEETH’s first Roadrunner Records UK EP ‘Be Nice’ received a unanimously brilliant reaction with many tipping the quartet to be the next breaking band from the Brit alt-rock scene. The EP got great support from the Radio 1 team including Daniel P Carter who made ‘Owning Your Okayness’ and  ‘Prism’ his Rockest Records as well as plenty of  specialist plays and daytime spins from Clara Amfo.


The band continue to build on this momentum with the news that they’ll support Good Charlotte this autumn. The dates are:



27th – Southampton, 02 Guildhall

28th – Nottingham, Rock City

30th – Glasgow, Barrowland



1st – Birmingham, O2 Academy

2nd – Manchester, Academy

3rd – London, O2 Academy Brixton


The bill is completed by Against The Current and Nothing, Nowhere.


To coincide with the announcement, MILK TEETH have shared an incendiary live video of ‘Be Nice’ EP track ‘Fight Skirt’. Featuring footage from a variety of recent shows, the video perfectly encapsulates the mayhem of their live set with the band’s full-throttled sonic attack inspiring chaotic fan scenes.


Aside from the headline tour, MILK TEETH’s recent shows have included their debut performances at the Slam Dunk Festival – which saw Kerrang!, Team Rock, Upset and NME all pick them as a highlight of the weekend – as well as 2000 Trees, Hit The Deck, LeeFest and Amplified




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Milk Teeth share chaotic new live video for ‘Fight Skirt’ (taken from ‘Be Nice’ EP)