Mouth Tooth is a post-folk duo whose music meditates on loneliness. They make soft and sweet songs for anyone who’s listening, expressing the melancholy of heartbreak and love lost. Mouth Tooth formed in winter 2012 when actor, filmmaker and artist Rhys Mitchell joined Smile guitarist Max Turner to create the ‘outsider pop’ EP Group Therapy in 2013. The EP earned Mouth Tooth a devoted following, along with support slots for lo-fi US folk-rockers Woods and outsider folk poster boy Devendra Banhart.
Mouth Tooth’s new LP Memory Foam, recorded at Smooch Records in Brunswick with the help of Jack Farley, Nao Anzai and Mikey Young, is a glorious return: slow and beautiful, advanced in its sonic depth and its lyrical prowess.