In 2016, Milk Teeth wowed us with their grunge-tinged take on pop punk on their debut 'Vile Child'.
It's been a while, but they are back with a vengeance, now a trio with singer Becky Blomfield the only original member left.
Their self-titled second album is brimming with hard-hitting, brutally-honest feminist anthems, raising a voice to women's rights.
On feisty number, 'Transparent', Becky belts out: "I won’t be your silly little girl, cut your claws/ I won't feed your power thirst/ Oh no, one less lie sucked hollow."
In a post-MeToo world and with Harvey Weinstein behind bars, this song which details domineering traits is even more resonating.
'Flowers' is a grunge masterpiece with full-throttle distorted guitars that pack a punch.
Standout track 'Better' sees Becky deliver killer-vocals Alanis Morissette-style, brimming with attitude, and then she takes it to another level, with a piercing scream every now and then.
'Milk Teeth' showcases the sheer resilience of Becky, who two years ago felt disheartened by the music industry and almost called it quits.
A force to be reckoned with, Milk Teeth have risen from the ashes and put themselves firmly back on the ladder, whilst simultaneously fighting every cause in your corner.
For Fans Of: Hole, Alanis Morissette, Garbage
Release date: 27.03.20