Milk Teeth – ‘Go Away’ (Roadrunner Records) Print E-mail
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Written by Allan Maxwell   
Tuesday, 28 November 2017 04:40

Milk Teeth Go Away artworkFollowing their summer release ‘Be Nice’, Milk Teeth have just dropped their second EP for 2017.


‘Go Away’ brings another four tracks to your aural pleasure which showcases both sides of Milk Teeth’s repertoire.


Opening with the delightfully titled ‘I Stabbed You First’ Milk Teeth show how effective a simple song structure can be. Vocalist Becky Blomfield has perfected the art or song writing that can relate to their demographic.


‘Lilian’ is a little more edgy with likeness back to their first full length album, ‘Vile Child’, with vocal duties being shared in the chorus, Blomfield and Billy Hutton playing off each other.


Lead single from the EP, ‘Nearby Catfight’, shows exactly why this band are increasing in popularity with every track they release. With strong influences from mid ‘90s Green Day, this song is sure to be a fan favourite.



Final track, ‘Big Sky’, brings the tempo down a little with its reverberant guitars building up to its loud crashing ending giving you a subtle little reminder of Alice In Chains.


The poppier number shines brightest again, as recent single ‘Nearby Catfight’ shows the band is at their peak.


On the whole, ‘Go Away’ is an excellent little banger that leaves you wanting more.


‘Go Away’ is out now. You can get your copy HERE.


Catch Milk Teeth on tour with Good Charlotte:


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