Sweet Teeth Debuts New Single, ‘No Me’

Courtesy: Lovely Records

Punk rock act Sweet Teeth debuted its new single, ‘No Me‘ this week.

The band premiered the song Friday through Lovely Records. It is featured in the band’s album, High Anxiety, which is expected for release this year. The album’s release date and other information is under consideration.

‘No Me’ is Sweet Teeth’s first new music since the premiere of its then latest single, ‘Shattered Glass Face‘ and its companion video last July. The song is featured in the band’s debut EP, Acid Rain.

The musical arrangement featured in ‘No Me’ is a driving composition. It barely tops the 90-second mark, but still ensures audiences’ engagement and entertainment throughout that short run time. It is comparable to works from the likes of Husker Du and Dinosaur Jr. In the same vein, audiences can also argue that the song boasts a similarity in its sound and style to works from Foo Fighters. To that end, one could argue that Foo Fighters may have gotten much of its influence from those bands, too.

The lyrical theme featured in ‘No Me’ is a familiar rock theme, according to a statement from the band.

“Lyrically, it handles the most overtly punk stance you can have, namely ”I don’t care what anyone thinks about me and I’ll do what the f* I want,” the statement reads. “Childish? Well maybe.. but does it ever get old? Never!”

More information on Sweet Teeth’s new single and album is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:

Websitehttps://sweetteeth1.bandcamp.com

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/sweetteethpowerpop

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