Arguably born the wrong side of the North Atlantic and of a bygone era: one where oiled boots and thick trousers stomped the streets of New York City, it'd be rational to assume Edinburgh-based Cheap Teeth were
part of this scene given their aptitude for deep vocal melodies, howling guitars and romantic organ breaks.
Their hastily ratified DIY style deals in post-punk refrains alloyed with West-Coast garage rock influences,spawning raucous live performances which would more than reconcile a 70s CBGBs gig and provide the
proverbial blood, sweat and tears.
Their ligature to one another hugely trajects despite the unit forging through childhood best-friends, a chance encounter and a skin-hitter being procured from Gumtree. The multifaceted four-piece, found base
in Edinburgh and have quickly loosened many a stiff neck in the Scottish capital. With mordancy, their affable and virile tones consisting of soft growls and brash shouted vocals have spun several heads, resulting in the best-mates winning the esteemed T-Break award in 2017.
With songs influenced by a 6 week long jury-service, the band's lyrics span dark themes combined with playfulness which juxtapose one another in an ironic and extremely
satisfying manor, there is a careful balance between pointed verse and schizophrenic song-writing.