Milk Teeth announce 2018 headline UK tour

Milk Teeth
Milk Teeth

Milk Teeth have announced a run of headline shows across the UK for early next year.

They’ll hit the road on the Go Away tour in March 2018 in support of their EP of the same name, which launched in November via Roadrunner.

Milk Teeth will be supported by Fangclub and Nervus on all dates – and tickets are on sale now.

Speaking previously about the EP, vocalist and guitarist Becky Blomfield said: “Go Away is faster, more frantic and much more tongue-in-cheek lyrically than Be Nice.

“The songs are reflective but with a fun spin on the subject matter. This EP is a representation of everything the band can do now and the broad spectrum of influences we put to use during the writing process.”

Find a list of Milk Teeth’s Go Away tour dates below.

Milk Teeth Go Away 2018 UK tour dates

Mar 13: Bristol Exchange
Mar 14: Oxford Bullingdon
Mar 15: Liverpool Buyers Club
Mar 16: Huddersfield Parish
Mar 17: Edinburgh Mash House
Mar 19: Manchester Deaf Institute
Mar 20: Birmingham Mama Roux’s
Mar 21: Milton Keynes Craufurd Arms
Mar 23: London The Underworld
Mar 24: Bournemouth The Anvil
Mar 25: Plymouth The Junction

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