Milk Teeth haven’t stopped all year. Non-stop touring’s racked up the road miles, but that’s barely the beginning. On-stage, they’re a whirlwind of energy, racing around the stage like wild animals on the loose - whack a pedometer on frontman Josh Bannister and it’d top out in seconds.
Below, we’ve got the band’s guitarist Chris Webb to take us through a quick catch-up of their various tour buddies from 2015, from Franks Iero and Carter to Pianos Become The Teeth and everything in-between.
Hindsights - ‘Cold Walls’
They took us on our first ever tour, so we took them with us on our first headline tour! Best band and it’s such a shame they are splitting. Their album was one of the best this year.
Frnkiero andthe cellabration - ‘Joyriding’
During the biggest show of that tour, Webby managed to hit a teenage girl right between the eyes with a water bottle…
Title Fight - ‘Frown’
and Drug Church - ‘Bagged’
Title Fight taught us and Drug Church how to play Werewolf, a role-playing card game, which has changed our touring lives forever. So addictive we played it until 4am. We are just constantly hunting for enough people to play it with on the road.
Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes - ‘Paradise’
Oli was asked to play drums for a song at the Brighton show of that tour. I don’t think he’s stopped grinning since.
Pianos Become The Teeth - ‘Late Lives’
The tour went to a lot of countries we’ve never been before. One of these was Croatia. Where we played in a punk squat. There was shit on the floors and we were told it wasn’t safe to bring our gear inside
Milk Teeth’s debut album ‘Vile Child’ is released on January 29th via Hopeless Records. They’re part of The DIY List 2015 - catch up with all that here.