Dork Radio
Now playing:
In the mag...
Featuring Bombay Bicycle Club, The Big Moon, Soccer Mommy and a whole load more!
Order a copy
February 2020
Incoming!

Milk Teeth's self-titled second album is coming this March

Check out another taster of it, 'Transparent', now.
Sign up or log in to follow artists
Published: 2:44 pm, January 17, 2020
Milk Teeth's self-titled second album is coming this March

Milk Teeth have announced their plans for album two.

The trio will drop their self-titled second full-length on 27th March via Music For Nations. It comes alongside a brand new track, 'Transparent', which you can check out below. Warning: it goes off.

“It’s not political in the traditional sense,” says Becky Blomfield. “There were definitely politics involved in my surroundings when the album was being made. It also touches on the implications of feminism and women’s rights in my life. I guess you could say it’s more about the politics of self.”

Recorded at The Ranch in Southampton with Neil Kennedy, it'll come alongside a headline tour this April. You can catch them at the dates after the jump.

April
1 Tunbridge Wells, The Forum
2 London, O2 Academy Islington
3 Cambridge, The Portland Arms
5 Brighton, Patterns
6 Norwich, Waterfront
7 Leeds, The Key Club
8 Newcastle, Think Tank Underground
9 Glasgow, King Tuts,
10 Manchester, Academy 3

Give all this a try

Soccer Mommy: "There are fucked up sides of us that are really hard to live with"
Feature

Soccer Mommy: "There are fucked up sides of us that are really hard to live with"

Let’s not get all transatlantic about the spelling on Soccer Mommy’s new album - as she steps up a gear, the follow up to 2018’s ‘Clean’ has its own unique palette.
Summer Camp are back, and they've no time for your Valentine's Day nonsense
Feature

Summer Camp are back, and they've no time for your Valentine's Day nonsense

Elizabeth and Jeremy may "hate" that "awful holiday", but their new album 'Romantic Comedy' seems rather well-timed. We caught up with them to stoke the fires.
Blossoms: "The moment you become comfortable, it’s not right"
Feature

Blossoms: "The moment you become comfortable, it’s not right"

It would be easy to see Blossoms as just another indie band, but that would be selling them short. Never pausing for breath, new album ‘Foolish Loving Spaces’ is a revelation.
Like this? Subscribe to Dork and get every issue delivered direct to your door anywhere on the planet.
CONTACT PRIVACY ADVERTISE

© 2018 The Bunker Publishing