Getting to Know The Sinking Teeth
Melbourne’s The Sinking Teeth are hitting the road to promote their brand new single and have a debut album on the way too. We asked them to tell us about themselves:
We are The Sinking Teeth.
“Pavement” is the first single to be released from our debut album “Wet Men In The Wind” which is a concept album about where men might be wet and in the wind.
Our upcoming live shows will be plentiful and merciless.
We spend too much time contemplating the meaning of life and not enough time truly living.
We’re currently listening to Who Wants to be a Millionaire and children crying at Brisbane Airport. But we recently listened to Camp Cope’s new album & shitloads of Beach Slang & Jeff The Brotherhood.
We’ve never kissed tenderly on the inner curve of a crescent moon in the dappled light of a thousand stars, and within that moment felt completely whole, as if the internal void was filled by togetherness and satisfaction.
It might surprise people to learn that Ado was raised in a small fishing community just south of Murmansk in the Northern Territories of Russia and delicately ties intricate knots in his spare time to remind him of his heritage.
Julian owns his own IT business, deleteyourcookies.net and has written two self help books: “what children want” & “50 shades of transition lenses”.
And Nick was once quarantined because his feet don’t like shoes very much.
In the future we hope to see a decline in the use of selfie sticks and an increase in the use of jousting sticks.
The Sinking Teeth play tonight at Brighton Up Bar in Sydney and next Saturday the 14th of May at The Workers Club, Melbourne.
Check back next week for our live review of the Sydney show.
Interview by Bobby Townsend