American Teeth the new alternative-pop project from singer Elijah Noll and producer Colin Brittain, have released their first single, “Chemicals.” The track serves as a perfect send off to summer, featuring a party anthem-worthy chorus complemented by an experimental, yet infectious beat. After meeting by chance when Elijah’s car was broken down in front of Colin’s Los Angeles studio, the pair jumped into writing and recording the same day and “Chemicals” was born. With a collection of songs on the horizon, American Teeth will play their first shows as support for DREAMERS on tour this fall. You can stream “Chemicals” here now and find a full list of tour dates below.
A note from Elijah Noll of American Teeth:“‘Chemicals’ is about getting way too fucked up in the pursuit of someone I was into.”
American Teeth came together by happenstance. It was a cloudy day in Los Angeles when Elijah Noll was hanging out on a sidewalk in North Hollywood as his car was being worked on. Blaring music was coming from a studio next door, so he went over to check it out. Colin Brittain had been working on a new idea in his studio, preparing for a session that he had just found out was canceled. After talking for a while, they hit it off and decided to write a song together while Elijah waited for his car. “Chemicals” came from this first, seemingly meant-to-be session and by the end of the day, they knew they had something special. Elijah Noll is a singer and songwriter, who has proved himself capable of wrangling Alternative, Pop, and R&B sensibilities into a sound as cohesive as it is eclectic. At the age of 15, Elijah became part robot when he underwent open-heart surgery to fix a major heart malfunction. Colin Brittain is a renowned producer known for his work with 5 Seconds to Summer, All Time Low, A Day To Remember, Avicii, and Marshmello to name a few. With more music on the way, the two are ready to share American Teeth with the world and make their mark on 2019.
Tour Dates w/ DREAMERS and Arrested Youth
11/19 Bottom Lounge, Chicago, IL
11/22 Amsterdam Hall, St. Paul, MN
11/23 Slowdown, Omaha, NE
11/25 Old Rock House, St. Louis, MO
11/26 Record Bar, Kansas City, MO
11/27 Cain’s Ballroom, Tulsa, OK
11/29 Marquis Theater, Denver, CO
11/30 The Venue, Salt Lake City, UT
12/2 Crocodile, Seattle, WA
12/3 Hawthorne, Portland, OR
12/4 Slims, San Francisco, CA
12/6 El Rey, Los Angeles, CA