Founded in 2009, the group has already reaped positive reactions from listeners all over the globe. I think this is brought about by their style that goes down smoothly. It is the kind that breaks down reservations because it is simply hard to detect any flaws in terms of their music, production and live performance. Skinny Lister has it figured out. The music is universal and it is embraced by a wide spectrum of listeners, from Folk, Celtic and Americana.
The group’s mastery of rhythm is further reinforced by the track Rollin’ Over that sends a smile wherever or whenever you hear it played. Colours emphasizes the love for delicate tunes and fine instrumental playing. Right now they are busy with touring European summer festivals, and a week’s tour in Japan for Fujirock later in the summer and they performed successful tour across the United States recently, including Coachella Festival. They have a huge following and I am not surprised. Music like this is meant for the world to hear.
Engineer David Wrench, the same guy who worked with Bat for Lashes and James Yorkston captured the energy of their music on debut album Forge & Flagon.
DEBUT ALBUM ‘FORGE & FLAGON’ OUT NOW IN UK, EUROPE AND USA! | iTUNES / AMAZON – visit – www.skinnylister.com to buy and find out more.