Gum Takes Tooth released their latest album 'Arrow' earlier this year to great praise that gathered a legion of new fans and today sees the release of new single ‘No Walls, No Air’.
"Look skyward and nod thankfully” The Quietus
“A totally modern sound" The Wire
“Clinically f*cked-off bombast” Loud and Quiet
‘No Walls, No Air’, is the fourth single to be released from the flagrantly unclassifiable album ‘Arrow’, it's a seven minute warp driven, euphonic chemical acidic demolition workout. And the stunning b-side (listen above) sees a re-realising of the track by FACT Magazine/Resident Advisor favourite and Marie Davidson label-mate, UK Techno producer Broken English Club, née Oliver Ho.
Broken English Club forges a bold and brutal Balladian path through EBM, Noise, Post Punk and Industrial influences in his own stunning material and in collaborations with Californian producer Silent Servant with output on labels Cititrax and Jealous God.
Listen to both tracks here: Bandcamp
Gum Takes Tooth are mavericks to the last, perpetual square-pegs and a band intent on forging onward to break all or any paradigms before them, creating kinetic anthems to battle everyday oppression - machine-driven mania with a very human heart on its sleeve.
'Arrow' is available to buy on ltd edition 2xlp red/grey vinyl and ltd CD from here: Buy LP/CD
The band are joining label mates Teeth of The Sea at a very special Manchester show next year:
07 Mar / Manchester / Soup Kitchen (w/Teeth of the Sea)