The Skinner Brothers announce new ‘Lonedon’ EP to be released September 23rd


NEW SINGLE ‘LONEDON’ OUT NOW LISTEN HERE 

 

THE ‘LONEDON’ EP FOLLOWS ON SEPTEMBER 23RD – PRE-ORDER HERE 

 

HEADLINE TOUR IN OCTOBER INCLUDES THE O2 ACADEMY ISLINGTON 

 

“Encompassing the lyrical wit of Jamie T, the ferociousness of Whatever People Say I Am That’s What I’m Not-era Alex Turner and the attitude of Kasabian, The Skinner Brothers’ new one oozes grit, groove and charisma.” – Gigwise 

 

“A band who’ll be headlining venues like Brixton Academy sooner rather than later.” – This Feeling 

 

“The Skinner Brothers deserve to be big.” – The Upcoming 

 

“The Skinner Brothers are at the top of their game.” – Northern Exposure 

 

“Full of anthems, grooves, amazing melodies… going to be massive.” – This Is The Music 

 

“Isn’t too far from Black Rebel Motorcycle Club or Royal Blood.” – The Indie Masterplan 

 

 

 

 

The Skinner Brothers have released their new single ‘Lonedon’ this weekend. ‘Lonedon’ is the title track from their new EP which follows on September 23rd, and is the first new music from the rising rock ‘n’ rollers since their critically acclaimed album ‘Soul Boy II’

 

‘Lonedon’ represents a confident evolution from The Skinner Brothers. Mainman Zac Skinner’s rasping vocal now possesses the soul to match its grit, a blend heightened by a more groove-orientated approach to the instrumentation. The result feels like a missing link between underground Brit indie-rock and the sound of Stax Records. Meanwhile, Zac’s lyrics capture the essence of present day London, expressing the paranoia and alienation of a loner in the big city. Its narrative reflects Zac’s own experience of moving to London as a teenager with the aim of making his mark in music. 

 

The title track sets the scene for the rest of the ‘Lonedon’ EP, which captures The Skinner Brothers’ growing versatility. The second song ‘Mellow’ feels like a fresh take on the kind of emotive, anthemic slowburners that Oasis and The Verve are renowned for, while ‘Loaded Gun’ fires ragged, punky riffs over hip-hop inspired beats. And the final track delivers another surprise as ‘Make It Count’ merges summery psychedelia with lo-fi pop. 

 

As we’ve come to expect, the ‘Lonedon’ EP was entirely written, produced and recorded by Zac in his home studio in Brentford

 

Zac Skinner says, “I wanted the EP to have a mixtape kind of feel. It’s four different songs which I feel captures the essence of the band at this point.” 

 

The ‘Lonedon’ EP is now available to pre-order / pre-save HERE

 

Fans can also pre-order the first vinyl release of ‘Soul Boy II’. Issued on standard black vinyl and limited edition red vinyl, the album is available to pre-order here (black vinyl) and here (red vinyl) ahead of its release in September. Both vinyl versions feature ‘Lonedon’ as a bonus track.  T-shirts are also available here

 

Having previously played shows as guests to KasabianThe StreetsThe LibertinesThe Music and The SherlocksThe Skinner Brothers will play a headline tour in October, as well as festival sets at ReadingLeedsNeighbourhood and Live At Leeds. Tickets for their headline shows are available here

 

AUGUST 

27th – Reading Festival 

28th – Leeds Festival 

 

OCTOBER 

1st – Manchester, Neighbourhood Festival 

2nd – Blackpool, Bootleg Social 

4th – Southampton, Joiners 

5th – Southend, Chinnery’s 

6th – London, O2 Academy Islington 

8th – Cambridge, Mash 

9th – Guildford, The Boiler Room 

10th – Oxford, Bullingdon Arms 

12th – Edinburgh. The Caves 

14th – Stockton, KU 

15th – Live At Leeds 

Follow The Skinner Brothers: 

Spotify | Apple Music | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube 

%d bloggers like this: