Babyteeth

London five-piece BABYTEETH are back with their second single, Shame, a catchy alt-rock song that’s packed with sass.

“You know when a grown adult human is acting like a tiny whiny baby and you just wanna tell them to shut the fuck up? That’s Shame,” explain the band.

“We were in a delightful mood the day we wrote that!” laugh the quintet, singer/guitarist

Camilla Roholm, lead guitarist Eilidh McKellar, bassist Rio Hellyer, drummer Samantha Lubin, and guitarist Sam Hammond.

Produced by Cam Blackwood (whose credits include Rat Boy, Florence and the Machine, and George Ezra), Shame is accompanied by an equally powerful video.

“We liked the idea of this really angry song being interpreted in a form like ballet that’s traditionally more graceful and serene,” they reveal.

“Also Nicol Edmonds from the Royal Ballet who dances in the video is one of the most beautiful humans we’ve ever seen so it was an opportunity to get him half naked and cover him in powder.”

Babyteeth are making a scene on the live front too.

The band, who first gained attention with their debut single Siamese Twin, have played the likes of Camden Rocks, Kerrang Radio’s Fresh Blood, Live At Leeds’ Ones To Watch, and Kendal Calling.

They’ve also played with The Naked and Famous at Electric Brixton and will next be supporting The Pearl Harts at The Lexington on 25th September.

“We’re called BABYTEETH because we think we’ll probably all fall out,” they joke. So catch them before they do.