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New video: Black Tears

We are very pleased to unveil the new video for our track ‘Black Tears’

A preview of our debut album ‘Everybody Wants To Be In Love’ (available now for digital pre-order on iTunes, Amazon and 7digital, worldwide. Pre-orders will be unlocked on November 10th, 2014).

 

Sweet Tooth live are:
Fleurtini (vocals)
Gavin Hammond (guitars, programming)
Gareth Dylan Smith (drums)
Hugh Richardson (bass)
Nick Rye (keys)

Video credits:
Produced by Gavin Hammond
Filmed, directed & edited by Grayscale Productions 
Hair, makeup & styling by KK MUA
Projections and animation by Sheep Films 
Cityscape by Matthew Watkins
London In Puddles by Gavin Hammond Photography

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Debut Album Available on Pre Order

We are thrilled to announce that our debut album ‘Everybody Wants To Be In Love’ is now available for digital pre-order on iTunes, 7digital and Amazon:

*CLICK TO PURCHASE – Amazon UK*

*CLICK TO PURCHASE – iTunes UK*

*CLICK TO PURCHASE – Amazon USA*

*CLICK TO PURCHASE – iTunes USA*

*CLICK TO PURCHASE - iTunes Australia*

*CLICK TO PURCHASE – iTunes Japan*

*CLICK TO PURCHASE – iTunes France*

 

Note: The album is available worldwide, so if not linked above please search for ‘Sweet Tooth: Everybody Wants To Be In Love’ in your local iTunes or Amazon stores.

Track-listing:

  1. London in Puddles
  2. Everybody Wants To Be In Love
  3. Black Tears
  4. La Vie Anglaise
  5. Venus in Hollywood
  6. Walk With Me
  7. Without Your Love
  8. Show Me The Truth
  9. Black is the Colour
  10. Ooh Boy!
  11. Moonlight Bunnyranch
  12. At Your Leisure

Pre-ordered albums will be unlocked on November 10th 2014, with a full album release on January 12th, 2015.

Watch this space as we also have two new videos (for ‘Black Tears’ and ‘Venus in Hollywood’) to unveil…

Sweet Tooth

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black is the colour of my true love’s hair…

Whilst we wait (impatiently!) for the ‘Venus in Hollywood’ video’s final edits, Gavin and I thought we might have a little fun and do some filming ourselves.
Partially as a gift to our friend Nico, for whom this is one of her favourite songs. And partially for Gavin to try out some of his new film-making skills (another string in his creative bow).
This new clip is the result! Sweet Tooth perform the traditional song, ‘Black Is The Colour Of My True Love’s Hair,’ live in our studio. One take, no headphones, spill and all… Vocals by Fleurtini. All other instruments and music production by Gavin Hammond (bass and trumpet were overdubbed immediately after in one take). 

Filmed (live), edited and produced by Gavin Hammond. 
For Nico.
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(PS. The song itself is a celtic traditional which has been covered by luminaries such as Nina Simone, Joan Baez, Esther Ofarim and Christy Moore.  We love how it mystically takes on such different qualities depending on the artist singing it, so we’ve tried to put our own ‘Sweet Tooth’ stamp on it with this recording. We’ve decided to give the track away for free as a reward to those who join our mailing list. Do this via this link, or by entering your email address in the text box in the side-bar –>) 

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