12 Songs, 41 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
10 Ratings
10 Ratings
Lioness 15

Hope it is as good as the last one

This band is so great. Their music and concerts are some of the most favorite I have been to. They truly care about fans, and make concerts fun. I have now seen them three times and actually went on a 6 hour drive to see Skinny Lister. They always say that it is the almighty dropkick or the almighty flogging Molly. I think they should start saying the almighty lister.

Timmy the tulip

Good stuff!

The first three songs released are great. I’ve heard Bonnie Away and Bold as Brass live. Safe to say this will be an absolutely great album! One of my favorite bands! And a GREAT live show. Buy the record, go to a show…you won’t be disappointed!


Skinny Lister doesn't disappoint.

I listened through the first album and knew instantly I would buy the whole thing. Now I find myself buying their full album again. Skinny Lister has the knack at song writing. Buy the first and second you won't be sorry.

About Skinny Lister

Spirited English outfit Skinny Lister occupies the middle ground between the punkish folk-rock of the Pogues and the evocative, hoedown-laden rural pop of Mumford & Sons. Built around co-lead vocalists Dan Heptinstall and Lorna Thomas, the group formed in London's Greenwich area in early 2010. By the summer of 2011, the band's rowdy singalongs had become a fixture on the festival circuit, and it was time to release a proper album. Produced by David Wrench (Bat for Lashes, James Yorkston) and named after a favorite pub, the resulting Forge & Flagon was issued in 2013.

Down on Deptford Broadway followed in 2015 and saw the band adopt a more punk-oriented sound. It was a well-received effort, drawing praise from outlets such as NME and The Guardian. Their third album, 2016's The Devil, The Heart & the Fight, featured the single "Wanted" and was produced by Tristan Ivemy (Frank Turner, Towers of London). In 2017, they paired with the tour partners and fellow Xtra Mile labelmates Beans on Toast for the holiday-themed single "This Christmas." ~ James Christopher Monger

London, England