Liverpool garage rock trio Skinner's Lane hit Brighton for the VERY first time as they take part in their first DIY tour. Catch the internationally diverse rock group when they hit East Street Tap on April 5th.
An unorthodox collection of three uncanny individuals, Skinner’s Lane is a group highly motivated to excite listeners with their international twist on British music culture coupled with an ambitious and relentless determination to also put smiles on faces and lift crowds with their eccentric personalities and captivating stage presence.
“With the riff's combined with the frontman Zak's energy, the place filled fast. Through the Canadian accent and the American humour, Zak and his band definitely set the bar high for acts to follow" - Purple Revolver.
The Liverpool garage rock band have been causing a raucous across the Northwest with their animated style fused together with elements of psychedelia, indie and even prog-rock. Hailing from Sandefjord, Liverpool and San Francisco, Skinner’s Lane is an excitable band built on a strong foundation of technical musicality, with an emphasis on heavy and punky guitar sounds reminiscent of old school noughties garage rock dipped in Californian psychedelia and surf. Having performed alongside notable bands from around the UK and Europe, such as COLOUR, INC from Spain and The Ravellas so far in 2019, Skinner’s Lane are set to drop highly-anticipated single, Once Again, on March 22nd.
“A first glimpse of the talent the boys are capable of” - Liverpool Noise.
“Instantly reminiscent of the sounds of The Clash but with elements of early Arctic Monkeys and Black Keys” - One Great Song.