The Sinking Teeth are edging close to the release of their new album ‘Songs From The Bottom Of The Lake‘ on November 11th.
It follows the release of their latest single ‘Salt and Stitches‘, which features on the album alongside nine punk-infused tracks. Having just wrapped a tour for the single, the band has no announced a national album tour across nine dates in November and December.
Watch the music video for ‘Salt and Stitches‘ below.
The album was recorded at Melbourne’s Studios In The City and produced by Tom Larkin (Shihad, High Tension, Bodyjar). As the first band to record on Larkin’s Vintage 1974 EMI Neve Recording Console in the studio, one of only seven in the world, The Sinking Teeth were inspired to record the entire album in late 2015 with Jon Grace, Jason Huss, and Larkin.
“It’s a collection of self-reflective stories from our lives. There’s songs about friends, girlfriends, Nick’s dad, leaving our hometowns, and a song I wrote about my mum’s depression. We’re super keen to get this record out so we can start recording the next thing with the new line up. The songs just keep coming!”
The music video for ‘Salt and Stitches‘ was created by guitarist and vocalist Nick Manuell who in describing the use of coloured milk in the video, says it is;
“a metaphor for people spilling their thoughts about what we are doing all over us until we are completely covered in other people’s opinions to the point of being unable to continue.“
Since the release of their debut EP ‘White Water‘ in late 2013, The Sinking Teeth have shared the stage with an abundance of top acts, including Jimmy Eat World, Luca Brasi, Bodyjar, Calling All Cars, and Grenadiers.
THE SINKING TEETH
18th – The Edinburgh Castle, Adelaide [18+]
19th – Crowbar, Brisbane [18+]
23rd – Frankie’s Pizza, Sydney [18+]
24th – Hideaway Bar, Enmore [18+]
25th – The Basement, Canberra [18+]
26th – Yah Yah’s, Melbourne [18+]
15th – Amplifier, Perth [18+]
16th – Badlands Bar, Perth [18+]
17th – The Odd Fellow, Fremantle [18+]
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