Loose Tooth, “Pickwick Average”

Niccolo Porcello

Loose Tooth

Photo by: Peter Murray

You might recognize Loose Tooth from the four-way split they contributed the excellent “Lizzy” to in February, alongside Clique, Mumblr, and Ghost Gum. Their newest single “Pickwick Average” picks up right where “Lizzy” left off, combining a pop-punk sentimentality with articulate instrumentation yet not succumbing to the obligatory relentless tempo that the term “pop-punk” often invokes. “Pickwick Average” is far less indebted to West Coast tradition than it is to DC-based forbearers in that regard. The track shifts from a single guitar riff into the verses’ rolling instrumentation and crashing drums, and is immensely promising as to what will be unpacked in their full length output.

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Stream “Pickwick Average” below. Loose Tooth’s debut LP Easy Easy East is due out April 21 via Fleeting Youth Records.

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