The Skinner Brothers recently released their brand new EP ‘Iconic’, which is out now on Blagger Records. ‘Iconic’ finds The Skinner Brothers raising their game, tempering their boisterous bravado with an anthemic, larger-than-life hook, an unshackled, pulse-raising groove and a classic Britpop flavoured guitar solo.
As you’d expect from that title, the band’s creative force Zac Skinner drops references to essential artists that have inspired him including The Doors, Ian Dury and Oasis.
Mark Millar sat down with Zac Skinner to talk about how the band started, musical influences, The ‘Iconic’ EP and more. Watch the interview with Zac – BELOW:
While live shows have been off the agenda for so long, The Skinner Brothers are determined to make up for lost time. Their upcoming biggest headline show to date at London’s 100 Club sold out in just four hours, which resulted in the addition of a second night in October. They’re also confirmed to play three huge outdoor summer shows with The Streets. The dates are:
16th – Southampton, The Joiners (with The Dead Freights)
13th – London, 100 Club (HEADLINE SHOW – SOLD OUT)
21st – London, Crystal Palace Bowl (with The Streets)
22nd – London, Crystal Palace Bowl (with The Streets)
24th – Manchester, Castlefield Bowl (with The Streets)
23rd – London, 100 CLUB (HEADLINE SHOW – ADDED DATE)
2nd – Leeds, Temple Newsam Park (with The Music)
Listen to ‘Iconic’ EP - BELOW: