My First Tooth - Typewriters

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"Makes you wish for a front porch,
a sunset, and a song of your own to sing, that could
match 'Honesty Honestly' for its beauty..." - Artrocker

"...a seriously impressive showing." - The Fly"

"...‘My First Tooth and The Rubies’ is a folk-pop classic in the vein of John P Strohm or Fingers Cut Megamachine, brimming with heart and character – and it points to a great future for Northampton’s finest singer-songwriter. 5/5" - Big Cheese

" uplifting sea shanty spirit that warmed up the crowd...The perfect dance between uniting vocals, strings and guitars..." - The FourOhFive

"Other bands – be more like My First Tooth. They’re awesome." - Heckler Spray

" of the best live bands I’ve seen in a long time. Excellent stuff" -

"...ace..." - Dave Gorman

"...recommendations...My First Tooth" - Huw Stephens, Radio 1

“Simultaneously rough and delicate, MFT
make music that’ll quietly ravage your
heart, then give it a gentle stroke better.
Killer pretty stuff” - Marsha Shandur, XFM

"...truly lovely...stunning!" -

"...a triumphant victory parade..." - Zombie Attack!

"All things permitting, this lot
should be a force to be reckoned with
soon. In an ideal world, they already
would be." - NoiseMakesEnemies

"...there is no doubt that this record is exploding with talent." -

"Highly recommended. 4/5" -

"Sensational..." -

"...hinting at Beirut orchestrations and Bright Eyes melancholy whilst maintaining a distinctly British identity...impressive..." -

" impressively accomplished debut...gorgeous" -

"...Their emotional alt-folk/country takes the Wilco expansive route, lushly decorated with pedal steel, harmonica, horns and strings, fitting in just as well with the post-Neutral Milk Hotel party (Decemberists, Okkervil River) and topped by Ross Witt's yearning vocals" - Sweeping the Nation

" lush it’s the musical acousticy equivilent of diving into James’ giant peach." - Beat Motel

"...lush and harmonious..." -

"...a veritable marathon of folk-fused modern day classics" -

A boy plays guitar and sings, a girl plays
violin/melodica/bouzouki and sings and the whole thing
is very, very lovely." -

"...Acoustic guitars, violin, mouth organ, a fascinating and sometimes harrowing voice can conquer you...It's a pure and honest music, that goes straight to your heart..." -

"good" -

"...enjoyable alt/country..." - Rock Sound


from Hope Volume 1, released July 6, 2010



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