Mallrat Shares Smoking New Video for “Teeth”

November 18, 2022 BY Penny Palmer

Treasured Australian indie pop icon Mallrat is excited to reveal her spicy new video for ‘Teeth‘, one of the many highlights on her debut album Butterfly Blue which debuted at #2 on the Australian Albums Charts and #6 on the ARIA Albums Chart on its release earlier in the year.

Teeth‘ was directed by Mallrat (aka Melbourne-based singer/writer/producer Grace Shaw) and co-directed by James Robinson (Camp Cope, Wafia, Valentino, Adidas Originals).  Watch it here.


Mallrat says:  “When I was writing my album I kept thinking about monster trucks. I wanted to harness that distortion and roughness to balance out all the delicate and ethereal moments. This video is a very literal depiction of that. The references are eclectic – Lady Godiva, siren mythology, Charlie’s Angels and the Paris Hilton Carl’s Jr commercial. We filmed Teeth at the beginning of the year, at home in Queensland, with some very talented friends (James Robinson and Amy Dellar).

Mallrat kicks off her previously announced regional tour dates this week, ahead of a run of festival dates that includes Spilt Milk and the Laneway Festival.

17 Nov – Magnums, Airlie Beach, QLD (18+)
18 Nov – Gilligan’s, Cairns, QLD (18+) 
19 Nov – JCU Uni Bar, Townsville, QLD (18+) 
26 Nov – Spilt Milk, Canberra, ACT
3 Dec – Spilt Milk, Ballrat, VIC
4 Dec – Spilt Milk, Gold Coast, QLD
31 Dec – Hobart UniBar, Sandy Bay, TAS (18+)
30 Jan – Laneway Festival, Auckland 
4 Feb – Laneway Festival, Brisbane
5 Feb – Laneway Festival, Sydney
10 Feb – Laneway Festival, Adelaide
11 Feb – Laneway Festival, Melbourne
12 Feb – Laneway Festival, Fremantle
Tickets and more information at

“Mallrat has an untouchable air of cool, and her new track “Teeth” is one of her most fully realized sonic experiments yet…It’s a step into an exciting new arena for Mallrat, and she sounds right at home”

– Consequence
“‘Teeth’ is a slow-building marvel —It’s just another surprising move pulled from Mallrat’s deep bag of tricks”

“Equal parts gloomy and vibrant, the track pleasingly demonstrates we might not know what to expect from a Mallrat album” – CoolHunting

“Before the release of her debut album, Mallrat gave fans a taste of what to expect” – E! Online