Milk Teeth, who signed to Hopeless Records in April of last year, announced that they will be parting ways with vocalist/guitarist Josh Bannister through a post on the band’s Facebook:

It's a new year and a new start for Milk Teeth as our friend Josh has stepped down from the band. We wish him all the happiness in the world & the best of luck for the future. Our most wonderful friend Billy Hutton will be helping us out on all our upcoming shows & tours. We are so stoked to have Billy sharing a stage with us. This year is going to be the biggest and best yet. We have new music, videos, tours, festivals, yoyos and puppies all coming your way in 2016! Thank you for all your support & we'll be seeing you soon at a rock music concert in your town. Keep it frosty. Becky, Chris, Oli & Billy.

Read more: Milk Teeth sign with Hopeless Records



The remaining members, bassist/vocalist Becky Blomfield, guitarist Chris Webb, and drummer Olly Holbrook, will be joined by Billy Hutton for all upcoming shows and tours. Milk Teeth also announced today that they will be supporting Citizen and Turnover on their massive nationwide tour this Spring.

Read more: Citizen announce spring tour with Turnover, Sorority Noise and Milk Teeth

The band tweeted “New year, new team…” in reference to the band’s new photographer earlier today as well.

Milk Teeth hail from Stroud, England and reissued their EP Sad Sack upon their signing to Hopeless. Check it out here. Their debut album, Vile Child, will be released January 29 and can be preordered now.