“…exploring new genres and musical styles while still packing in enough clever rhymes and barnstorming singalongs to appeal to their dedicated fans.”
“…The band attacks each show; hair, limbs, Lorna and instruments flying. Even the double bass is held high….”
Beans on Toast returned for more delicious play on word performances, fuelled by an outlaw aesthetic and a belief that everything would be better if we all loved a little more.
“…there’s something unmistakable and inimitable about a Skinny Lister live show; all shanty singalongs, flailing limbs and endless grins.”
Skinny Lister’s 2014 album Down on Deptford Broadway is a set of love songs to London and it’s bloody brilliant (seriously, buy it!). New Cross crops up this time too but The Devil, The Heart and The Fight is more national, international and universal, exploring the North, New York and mucky emotions. True to form,…