London newcomers Teeth Machine have dropped a daunting new single, ‘Gumball’

The new single was released today, October 12th, via Ra-Ra Rok.
Photo credit: Lara Laeverenz

Teeth Machine have just released their second track, the grungy and moody new single, ‘Gumball’.

It follows their debut single, ‘Drive By’, and is their first release in partnership with Ra-Ra Rok.

On the new track, Teeth Machine have shared that, “‘Gumball’ is about the impossibility of talking. It was written during quite a chaotic period, and the lyrics came about after we had a big argument in the kitchen while trying to record a demo at the time – it tracks the madness and intensity of trying to make sense to someone you care about, or to yourself in your head.”

“There’s a kind of antagonistic self-help mantra that resonates throughout; it’s about internal and external conflict,” they add. “It’s angry, but it’s also full of love too.”

You can listen to ‘Gumballhere, and watch the music video below:

The single will soon be available on vinyl alongside another new track, ‘Penny’ – you can pre-order the limited 7″ here.

Teeth Machine are supporting Sorry on their UK & Ireland tour later this year, with full dates and tickets here.

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