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Tuesday 16 November 2021

The Skinner Brothers Set To Serve Up A Slice Of Their Rambunctious Rock & Roll @ Brighton's Green Door Store

The Skinner Brothers have wasted no time taking their rambunctious rock 'n' roll on the road after the return of live shows. 

Seventeen sold-out gigs as special guests to Kasabian? Done! Two huge outdoor summer shows with The Streets? Likewise. Plus two sold-out headline gigs at London's 100 Club? 

Next up, a tour that includes a one-night stop off at the Green Door Store, in Brighton. 

The band's frontman, songwriter and producer Zac Skinner says: 

"It was incredible to be on tour with Kasabian, we've learned a lot and met new friends and grown our own world. 


"Now it's our turn to take our tunes out around the country. 

"We wanted to make sure that we got out to as many places as possible and keep this thing growing. Can't wait for the chaos!" 

The Skinner Brothers have established acclaim following their recent EP Culture Non-Stop. 

Their current single Put Me Down As A Maybe reiterates their status as clear-cut contenders within an emerging new era of essential British guitar music. 

The band have fed their own personality in a track that puts a fresh angle on a larger-than-life hybrid of Kasabian's psychedelic strut with bursts of Love Spreads-era John Squire guitar intensity. 

The Skinner Brothers play The Green Door Store, Brighton, on 6th March 2022. CLICK HERE for tickets.

by: Mike Cobley




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