Mix up a little bit of new wave with a generous dose of disco-punk, add a pinch of electroclash and we arrive at Sink Ya Teeth's addictive debut single "If You See Me". James Murphy-meets-Nancy Whang-meets-Bush Tetras-meets-Peaches! The minimal keyboards, the hypnotising hooks and occasional beats make this an unparalleled treat for all the genre-bending alternative musos in the house. It's queer, it's delectably seductive and totally unique. I've had this Norwich duo's first single on repeat for a couple of days and I must warn you the more you listen to it the more addictive it becomes.
The super fun low-budget video was directed by Joanna Millington and "If You See Me" is out now via 1965 Records.