Skinny Lister release their new EP "Forty Pound Wedding" this Monday (5th November), through Sunday Best Recordings.
To celebrate, the band are releasing a stream of the amazing remix of "Colours" by Psychemagik. Psychemagik have been riding the crest of the remix wave these past few years, with everything they touch seemingly turning to gold. Leading them to be described by Mixmag as the "Remixers Du Jour" and by FACT magazine as having "An ear for mind-expanding dance floor mysticism".
You can listen to the remix of "Colours" by Phychemagik here (please feel free to share) -
There's also a Youtube video for the remix from the link at the bottom of the page
Skinny Lister are proud to announce the 5th November, 2012 release of the Forty Pound Wedding EP on Sunday Best Recordings.
Forty Pound Wedding was written by Lorna and Max's dad George Thomas aka 'Party George' and is a rip-roaring folk stomper that is a sure-fire fans favourite! The EP also includes the waltzing Seventeen Summers, a song about moving from a northern seaside town to the dirty delights of London. In addition to these two gems, the EP also features a remix of Colours by Psychemagik and the previously unavailable Sunday Best remix of Plough & Orion.
Psychemagik have been riding the crest of the remix wave these past few years, with everything they touch seemingly turning to gold. Leading them to be described by Mixmag as the "Remixers Du Jour" and by FACT magazine as having "An ear for mind-expanding dance floor mysticism" Their remix of "Colours" for Skinny Lister's "Forty Pound Wedding EP" is no exception and demonstrates just how diverse and eclectic their ear is as they turn this rip-roaring folk stomper into an extended blissed out dance track with strong pop sensibilities.
Its been a whirlwind year for the good ship Skinny, with the band living up to their 'hardest working act' accolade, celebrating the release of their debut album Forge & Flagon by playing more gigs in more countries than ever before.
In the UK, Skinny Lister made their mainstage debut at this year's Bestival, rocking the crowd ahead of New Order and Stevie Wonder. Along with the band's troupe of dancing girls the Skinny Sisters, Skinny Lister brought that late summer cheer to the 30,000 strong crowd of music fans.
In America, the band played to more than 1 Million people on this summer's Vans Warped Tour, travelling 20,000 miles in 50 days winning fans in every state. In Canada the band played to sell out crowds in Toronto, Montreal and Quebec, whilst in Germany the band landed at the influential Haldern Pop Festival and rocked a whole new crowd of smiling faces, making such an impact they were immediately booked to play the mainstage at the Reeperbahn Festival in Hamburg!