28 May 2019
Down the Front Media say some words about Teeth of the Sea's up-and-coming performance at the Science Museum
TEETH OF THE SEA to perform live score at the Science Museum for the Apollo Moon Shot screening in June
Teeth Of The Sea are delighted to be performing at the Science Museum in London for the 'Apollo Moon Shot' screening on June 21st. 'Apollo’s Moon Shot' looks back on one of the most important leaps forward in human history, exploring the journey from America’s first manned orbit to the last man on the Moon. The six-part series premieres on 17 June on the recently launched Smithsonian Channel UK and airs weekly throughout June and July.
The screening shall be an abridged feature-length cut of the documentary series, with a live score performed by Teeth of the Sea and introduced by famed American aviator and NASA 'Mercury 13' astronaut trainee Mary Wallace 'Wally' Funk.
In February of this year, Rocket Recordings released Teeth Of The Sea’s coruscating new album Wraith. Read on for more information about that below., as well as further live performances on the horizon in support of the album.
Who can say when, or how, the Wraiths began to make their presence felt. Yet when Teeth Of The Sea entered their base of operations The Facility to begin work in Autumn 2017 on their fifth album - the follow-up to 2015’s Highly Deadly Black Tarantula - it seemed hard to deny that these ghostly interruptions were at play. By November, all three members were in agreement that the disturbances were tangible and impossible to ignore...
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