Clint Wilson’s new single Teeth in Me is a melancholic ode to the pitfalls of big city life. It was produced by Lachlan Bryan and Damian Cafarella at EOR Studios, and co-written with Brisbane country music writer Jeremy Edwards and the DAG Sheep Station Songwriters Retreat.
“The track is about someone battling depression, feeling trapped with no way out," says Clint. “The lyric ‘something strong’s got its teeth in me’ refers to the ‘Black Dog’ latching on and holding you back.”
Growing up in Melbourne’s Eastern Suburbs, Clint was exposed to a life of music and performance from an early age. He was encouraged with piano lessons and a love for the guitar before reaching his ninth birthday. Surrounded by the sounds of Johnny Cash, Patsy Cline and Slim Dusty, Clint began a life-long love affair with the Country sound. Once in high school, he formed a band with his fellow schoolmates and the rest is history.