Milk Teeth return with new single 'Stain'

Since releasing a pair of EPs dubbed ‘Be Nice’ and ‘Go Away’ last year, Bristolian punks Milk Teeth have been fairly low on new material this year until now.

The new single 'Stain' marks the first release since the band became a three-piece after the departures of Billy Hutton and Chris Webb earlier this year, recruiting Nervus guitarist Em Foster to join the new line-up.

No word yet as to whether they will be looking to follow up their 2016 debut album 'Vile Child', but you can check out the new single 'Stain' in the player below.

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