On Friday, Ginger Wildheart surprise-released a stunning punk record called 'Teeth', but almost as soon as it was unleashed on the public it was removed from sale.
On Friday, Ginger Wildheart surprise-released a stunning punk record called ‘Teeth’ that was available to purchase for 24 hours only. ‘Teeth’ contains 16 tracks and was available to download from Bandcamp for £10
Fans, of course, loved it.
@GarethHooper6 Tweeted, “Thank you, sir. Amazing album. Brutal but with your gorgeous melodies shining through.”
@gazofllantwit Tweeted, “Thank YOU, Ginger. It’s epic! Been ‘sharing’ it with the neighbours all morning.”
However, true to his word, Ginger only made the album available for 24 hours, and many of Ginger’s fans were upset they missed the release and were asking a tight-lipped Ginger if he was going to put the album up again.
@Crispylockyear wrote, “Fuck. I missed this! Any chance of a physical release?”
Meet My Killer · Ginger Wildheart Headzapoppin ℗ Round Records Released on: 2020-05-21
In March of last year, The Wildhearts announced they were ‘going on hiatus due to ‘ongoing issues within the band.’ All their upcoming summer shows were cancelled.
The Wildhearts’ last studio album was ‘21st Century Love Songs’ released in September 2021 reaching No.9 on the UK album chart.
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