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JO-JO & THE TEETH

“One of the most promising and exciting new acts of recent years, Jo-Jo & The Teeth capture the spirit of early 70's glam rock, the confrontational attitude of punk and they’re doing it with STYLE!” -  Loud Enough? Magazine

 

‘If you amped up the visceral attitude in Stevie Nicks’ vocals to 11, they’d still pale in comparison to the hooky veracity of Jo-Jo O’Donoghue’s blisteringly hot pop-rock vocal lines. That’s probably blasphemy, but I’ll prepare to repent for it to do Jo-Jo & The Teeth justice. It’s the least I could do given that she has given rock n roll an Americana iteration of Peaches.” - A&R Factory

 

“No More Good News’ infused with huge slices of glam rock, blues and pop with snarling vocals, guitar riffs aplenty and bombastic drums overlaying a driving rhythm section. But within this raw blast of swaggering energy, there is also a more poignant side to draw out.” - Louder Than War

 

“The thing I like about this song is the guts that are needed to record this.”  - The Songbird HQ

 

‘No More Good News‘ is a poignant and passionate portion of Glam Blues which nestles its way perfectly into our modern landscape. Ever proving their relevancy and flavourful, stand-out charm as a Glam Rock unit, Jo-Jo & The Teeth have simultaneously managed to embody a beacon of light as they play their way through the shadows – a shower of fiery sparks in dark times.” - Original Rock

“ No More Good News- London’s colorful gang’s new classic glam rock punch is a solid gold, in your teeth!  Its fervent flow gets under your skin from the get-go. A voltaic retro-resounding guitar goes solo midway and challenges the somber mood. Rawk ‘n roll.” - Turn Up The Volume Blog

 "Jo-Jo & The Teeth vocalist Jo-Jo O’Donoghue is a grungy goddess, and the unique alt-rock cadences of this glamorous band is my definition of heavenly." - Vive Le Rock Magazine, London

"This reminds me of Buck & Evans as this is glam Punk with a blues edge to it and full-throated vocals that make it feel familiar after a couple of listens as it has a very classic sound to it.' - whisperinandhollerin.com

"Lead Jo-Jo O’Donoghue takes the helm with a vocal performance which places her in a category of her own whilst the mid track solo from guitarist Keir Hicks holds no sweeping prisoners with as much style in his picking as there is skill." - Metal Planet Music

"Jo-Jo & The Teeth are gurning to be an exciting stand out addition to the brimming UK music scene and I for one will be eagerly watching their ascent into rock notoriety." -  Metal Planet Music

"Jo-Jo and the Teeth deliver a big rock sound, full of riffs, blasting vocals, whipping hair flips and a lot of sneers." - Camden Live Music Blog, London

"New single ‘Don’t get too heavy’ has an upbeat, forward driving sound. Anthemic, uplifting, with sing-along pop hooks and crescendos so thrillingly perfect." - rocknloadmag.com

"‘Don’t Get Too Heavy‘ is a belter ablaze with a liberating style that breathes new life into the genre – a true showstopper of a song." - Original Rock

"It's a tasty bit of classic rock and roll with an 80's glam twist and damn catchy too." - Loud Enough? Magazine

"Get your pearly whites into this! No ‘country bumpkins’ in sight…Wet Leg aren’t the only ones to be making waves from the Isle of Wight..." - Paul Bedford, Kick Down The Doors PR, London

"The Glam-Rock quintet Jo-Jo & The Teeth have dropped the music video for their rich and sophistication studded lead track ‘Don’t Get Too Heavy.’" - Original Rock

“Expect a fiercely powerful live show with intricate screeching guitar lines and gutsy raucous, vocals that will blow you away.” - Underground Sound, London

A glamorous Art Rock rebirth forged by the collision of a Canadian powerduo and a fierce Isle of Wight Trio. This transatlantic marriage à-la Fleetwood Mac, blend and bend inspirations from every corner of music. A dark & moody forward driving sound, intimately rooted in good old fashioned guitar rock and roll. Jo-Jo & The Teeth conjures an arena sound and spectacle, woven together with velvety bluesy depths and moments of breezy pop sentiments.

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