Preview: Skinny Lister

Skinny Lister
Skinny Lister (Picture: Sara-Louise Bowrey)

by Adam Aiken

Skinny Lister are bringing their eclectic live show to Norfolk for a sold-out show this week.

Turning their hand to everything from folk-punk to ska, and from pop to traditional shanties, the London outfit are heading to Norwich Arts Centre on Friday, November 12, in support of their latest album, A Matter Of Life & Love – the first to have been made entirely by the band themselves.

“It’s great to have made it to album number five, and we can’t wait to see what further adventures lay in store for us as we get it out there on the road and into the world,” said lead singer Dan Heptinstall.

“One of the notable things about this album is that it has been entirely produced, recorded and mixed by us.

“This has been a very liberating experience, not only allowing us to employ all that we’ve learnt from the top producers of our previous four albums but also truly realising our own vision of the tracks. We’re very proud of the results.”

Skinny Lister will be supported at their Norwich show by The Longest Johns.

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