Milk Teeth tickets

Milk Teeth Tickets

Performing at Leeds Festival 2018 Bramham Park, Leeds

Friday 24th August 2018 - Sunday 26th August 2018

Performing at Reading Festival 2018 Richfield Avenue, Reading

Friday 24th August 2018 - Sunday 26th August 2018
Milk Teeth Fan Reviews (3) 4.0
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"Fantastic Energy!"
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Milk Teeth, The Deaf Institute, Manchester - 19th March 2018

Absolutely fantastic set, with great crowd engagement and lively pit for a Monday night. Young band and predominantly young fans (I am starting to feel old at shows like this!) with such amazing energy on both sides! Wasn't sure about the acoustic cover, slowing down the pace when everyone was geared up to go, but otherwise couldn't fault the setlist. Can see Milk Teeth soaring to great heights, and deservedly so. Deaf Institute is a great little venue too.

Posted by Charley91 on 26/03/2018

"Awesome night!"
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Milk Teeth, Underworld, London - 23rd March 2018

Didn't manage to see Nervus but heard them finishing, Fangclub were great! Had to get a CD they will be in my head for ages, and Milk Teeth were awesome, I will definitely be seeing them again :)

Posted by Charlotte J on 24/03/2018

"Good but not that good"
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Milk Teeth, Underworld, London - 23rd March 2018

Great venue and the kids were 'up for it' and it started really well and kicking off with a boom. All good but then out came the acoustic and slowed it down for too long. Then came the self indulgent 'lets swap instruments' etc which just was a little messy but I enjoyed it and thought they were really tight and a great sound. I'm I sounding like an old git????

Posted anonymously on 24/03/2018

It’s been a little over a year since Milk Teeth released their debut album ‘Vile Child’ and it’s already looking like a bold new era for the self-proclaimed gross-pop quartet. After a year full of achievements (capped with a Kerrang! Award nomination for Best British Newcomer) Milk Teeth are now, as guitarist Chris Webb states emphatically, “Everything we wanted to be from the very start.”

If 2016 represented growth in the face of adversity " notably the recruitment of guitarist Billy Hutton to replace founder member Josh Bannister, who departed shortly before ‘Vile Child’ was released " then 2017 represents Milk Teeth fulfilling their undeniable potential. And nowhere is that more evident than with the news that the band have signed to Roadrunner Records.

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