Post-punk abstraction with a feminine groove...
Sink Ya Teeth (Credit: Jo Millington)

Sink Ya Teeth are key parts of the Norwich DIY scene, an incredibly fertile bunch of musicians, producers, daydreamers, and party-throwers.

Turning the small city into a vibrant hub for the arts, the community seems to rely on trust, ambition, and simply having a good time.

That's where Sink Ya Teeth come in. Two musicians with a keen sense of fun, they sluice together post-punk's more dance-able edge with a wonky house feel.

New single 'If You See Me' is incoming on 1965 Records, and it's a blast of raw energy, sheer fun from the off. “’If You See Me’ was written the day after one of those really good nights that you probably shouldn’t have!” the band explain.

“It’s a song about feeling sorry for yourself but knowing that you can’t really blame anyone else either.”

Clash is able to premiere the full video, and it's a hilarious, free-form mini-epic. Sink Ya Teeth’s Maria Uzor says:

“We shot the video in my flat one Saturday morning and got all our friends to pile ‘round ready to party on the promise of free booze. We had a loose idea after sitting down with director Jo Millington a couple of days before, and really just ended up rolling the camera and seeing what happened”.

Tune in now.

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