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ABOUT

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About

"You may not know them yet, but trust us; you'll like this."

- Classic Rock Magazine -

Skinny Knowledge are an exciting 4-piece alt-rock band bursting out from the UK south coast. The band's sound and high energy live performances capture the vibrancy of the raw and raucous, early 90's grunge and pop-punk sound reminiscent of the likes of Foo Fighters, Green Day, Nirvana and Sum 41.

“Life-affirming power pop/punk/alt rock fuelled sh*itkickers”

- Devils Gate Music -

The brightly coloured 4 piece have earned praise and airplay from a plethora of high-profile platforms including Planet Rock, Kerrang!, Classic Rock Magazine ‘Tracks of The Week’ inclusions upon 7 occasions, BBC Introducing, Amazing Radio and more. The cheeky-chappy lads have brought their effervescent live show to various venues and festivals gracing the stages of Teddy Rocks and the inaugural Maid of Stone in Kent to an emphatic ovation in a packed out marquee stage. 

“A frankly, awesome debut album that oozes attitude with great energy”

- Get Ready To Rock -

Following the release of their highly acclaimed debut album ‘Don’t Turn Out The Lights’, in 2023 the band released their incendiary sophomore album ‘twentytwo.’. The collection of raw-high energy and personal songs delighted fans, gained new ones and garnered stellar reviews across the board with Classic Rock proclaiming “An enviable ability to turn out exhilarating and immediate tunes. 8/10” and Rock N’ Load Magazine enthusing “A perfect slice of pop-punk-indie-rock pie! 9/10”

"Bouncier than a 2-year-old on a 3-day Skittles bender - it makes for a fabulous record. 8.5/10"

Maximum Volume Music -

Early 2024 sees them in their London debut as special guests to highly acclaimed blues rocker Jack J Hutchinson at O2 Academy 2 Islington, with the year set to be a busy breakthrough playing the Love Rocks and Wildfire festivals with more festival appearances and shows to be announced.

“Colourful, energised, worth looking out for!”

- My Global Mind Magazine -

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