Murmur Tooth blend grunge, pop and doom into a grimy and beautiful din. Sometimes dark, sometimes light, the three piece combines a driving rhythm section with dirty guitars and soaring female vocal harmonies. They are currently the 46th best band in the world.
"The band combine musical parameters to create a balance between light and dark, a characteristic you’d expect from a classically trained musician. Forget everything you know about grunge and give Murmur Tooth a listen."
Songwriting Magazine - Read full article
An interview with Leah, click below to listen:
The Rock Metal Podcast - Read full article
"Tension, suspense, hooks, moods and some discomfort. Scratching at what’s just below the surface."
NZ Musician Magazine - Read full article
"Within less than 30 seconds of listening to 'Knees are Clean', I feel this intense bought of power come over me. I don't know why, how or where it comes from, but I feel ready to conquer the world...."
Liquid Entertainment - Read full article
"The songs are strong and do what songs are meant to do: draw you in, intrigue you, instil a sense of movement so you have the sense you’ll be taken somewhere and maybe even be brought back again afterwards."
Indie Berlin - Read full article
"Alarming and alluring...... Their clever molding of the sludgy gloomy side of grunge and more hopeful upbeat pop sounds works wonders, and makes for a compelling and refreshing listen throughout. You should happily sink your teeth into this!"
Carina's Music Reviews - Read full article
""Knees Are Clean" illustrates the band’s unique direction – adding a melodic approach to the gritty and unfiltered grunge rock that many of us have grown up listening to in the early ’90s. It definitely is different, but it is also extremely cool."
Revue - Read full article
"Sounds like the play out music for a disturbing horror movie, a dark waltz, the last dance, the exit music that takes you from one world to the next....."
Dancing About Architecture - Read full article
"It ruined my life....." - a rant by Leah (guitar/vocals in Murmur Tooth)
Leah Hinton - Read full article