VIDEO: TEETH – Care Bear


London’s lo-fi electro noise-pop trio TEETH can reveal their brand new, fan-made video for ‘Care Bear’! Watch it below.

The lead single from the band’s forthcoming debut album ‘Whatever’ which is out in September, features footage entirely shot by their fans.
TEETH release new single ‘Care Bear’ on July 25th, their second release for Moshi
TEETH UK tour dates::

15 – London, Scandalism @The Nest
17 – London, Lovebox Festival

21 – London, The Lexington – HEADLINE LONDON SHOW
22 – Middlesbrough, Creeps @ Medicine Bar
23 – Manchester, Drowned In Sound @ Kraak Gallery
24 – Nottingham, Stealth vs Rescued @ Stealth
26 – Sheffield, Soyo Live
28 – Leamington Spa, Downstairs at The Assembly
29 – Portsmouth, Church Gone Wild @ The Registry

01 – Oxford, Yoof @ The Cellar
03 – Birmingham, The Rainbow
04 – Glasgow, Captains Rest
05 – Leeds, Nation Of Shopkeepers
06 – Bristol, Start The Bus
07 – Bournemouth, It’s Yours @ 60 Million Postcards
08 – Reading, Monkey Suit @ Oakford Social
15 – Supersounds Festival, Colmar, France

More about TEETH (Hacking Gaga’s Twitter, impersonation Will Self):

After garnering much deserved attention from every music magazine, blog, and DJ, TEETH released their first 7” single “See Spaces” on Moshi Moshi Records in August of 2010. Hailed as “a nastier Yeah Yeah Yeahs and a subtler Melt Banana” by the 405 and boggling the minds of critics who attempt to pin down their multitude of styles as “…acid rave, dance-hall, pop, punk, grunge, acid house, tropical and all out weird shyt,” (MTV UK).

TEETH’s ever-evolving and notorious internet presence continues to frustrate the media and hook fans. TEETH joined twitter (@T3ETH) in September of 2009 and immediately created controversy after impersonating famous writer Will Self for nine months–only ceasing out of boredom–and posting self-crafted faux BBC articles. In November 2009 Ximon hacked Lady Gaga’s account by guessing her password. He greeted her 1.5 million followers with “Hay my babies!!! LOVE GAGA??? LOVE T33TH!!!,” and “I swear my dick is not as big as T33TH’S!!!! POPWRLDSUCKZ!!! PUNX UNITE!!!! <3.” Since then TEETH have toured with Sleigh Bells, D/R/U/G/S and Is Tropical. They’ve played alongside No Age, Dat Politics, Crystal Fighters, Times New Viking, Factory Floor, Gang Gang Dance, and were invited to play Iceland Airwaves Music Festival in October 2010. TEETH’s unwavering snotty punk attitude and precise, diverse sound keeps music critics and the masses alike continuously captivated. They’ll stop when they stop having fun.

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