American Teeth Drops New Single “Sick” And It’s A Bop — Listen


FEARLESS RECORDS recording artist AMERICAN TEETH has just dropped the new single “SICK” and it’s a bop. Creative collaborations are a driving force in American Teeth’s music and “SICK” is no different! The track features not one but two special guest vocalists — phem and DE’WAYNE. The triple vocal attack and the male-female vocal interplay give this dancefloor-worthy ditty, which celebrates your flaws and all, an extra dose of depth and dimension.

Listen here.

“The song is a celebration of accepting my bad habits and owning myself fully,” American Teeth explains. “We’re all a little ‘SICK’ and that’s okay. This was my first collaboration with phem and DE’WAYNE — I’m a fan of both artists, so it was a lot of fun to work on this one together, along with [producer] Colin [Brittain].”

In other exciting news, American Teeth will make his first festival appearance at Aftershock in Sacramento, California in October. 

American Teeth recently dropped a double single, which features “Fix You” and “E-Girl.” It’s available here. The cinematic video for “Fix You” depicted a modern love story and unfolded like a mini movie. Watch it here.

Want more American Teeth? Check out the video for “One of Those Days.”

Want even more? Of course you do.

Indulge in the super catchy “Barred Out [Feat. TWIN XL]” or the collaborative track “Still Not Dead,” featuring performances from American Teeth, DREAMERS, and Wes Period.

American Teeth is the sonic alter ego of Elijah Noll, who collaborates alongside producer Colin Brittain (All Time Low, A Day To Remember, ONE OK ROCK, Papa Roach) on the songs. Hailing from Portland, Maine but currently based in Los Angeles, he has released a handful of singles across DSPs, which have tallied over a million streams thus far in an impressive feat for such a nascent artist. He was recently named one of Alternative Press‘ 100 Artists You Need to Know.

American Teeth is literally a cyborg — he has a mechanical heart valve, which was installed when he was a teenager to replace a faulty valve with which he was born. His music is much the same — fusing organic sounds and shimmering synths.