TEETH OF THE SEA
HEADLINE WHITE HEAT on 4th JAN
PLUS DATES CONFIRMED WITH BRITISH SEA POWER
 
“TOTS are making some of the most exciting Sounds since the Big Bang”  NME
 
“delicious” Uncut
 
“undoubtedly the most intrepid, psychedelic band in the UK….. This is a colossus of an album with an unfathomable sonic wingspan seamlessy soaring through forty-five minutes of apocalyptic euphoria” Loud & Quiet
 
“its four man creators sculpt sounds entirely in their own miraculous image…” Mojo
 
Teeth of the Sea’s second record defies any worries about genre categorisation, a hermetically sealed unit with such a strong sense of self that comparisons to other music seem perverse.” Drowned In Sound
 
Teeth Of The Sea are North London’s premier leviathans of psychedelic abandon and transdimensional noise-rock supremacy.
 
You better believe it,, their second album, ‘Your Mercury’ (Rocket Recordings) is thrilling, otherworldly and WE LOVE THEM. As it happens so does BRITISH SEA POWER and, TOTS have been confirmed for several of the band’s upcoming UK shows in February.
 
In addition, the Manor House based quartet, kick off the New Year with a headline show at White  Heat @ Madame JoJo’s on 4th January. Be prepared, they’ll be frying synapses on a mighty third-eye-cleansing frenzy fit to transform the chilly metropolis.
 
FULL UK DATES FOR TEETH OF THE SEA ARE:
 
04-Jan London White Heat @ Madame Jo Jo’s
12-Feb Leeds Met University with British Sea Power
13-Feb Glasgow Arches with British Sea Power
14-Feb Newcastle Tyne Theatre with British Sea Power
15-Feb Manchester Manchester Ritz with British Sea Power
 
“Teeth Of The Sea Don’t just make noise, they twist sound into something more sinister and sexy than could ever be measured in mere sonics” Stool Pigeon 
 
squealing, feedback-crusted noise heated to the molten lava-temperatures found at the core of an active volcano” The Line of Best Fit
 
“a colossal beast of a record that stands imposingly above the rest of its field, striking maximum awe and fear into the weak, while it opens Teeth of the Sea’s account with greatness.” BBC Music
 

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