100 CLUB LONDON 23/10/2021

Fresh off the back of their U.K. tour with Kasabian, the London boys took it back to their roots on Saturday night and delighted fans with a rip roaring, no holds barred gig at the world famous 100 Club in London’s Oxford Street.

We first saw The Skinner Brothers at the 100 Club when they put on a gig in August of this year. Due to the huge demand for tickets and how quickly they sold out, a “Round Two” was added for the 23rd October. The Songbird was lucky enough to be invited back in to take part in the shenanigans and we were there no fear!

Walking into the 100 Club you could feel the excitement and anticipation in the air. The place was packed to the rafters with hard core music lovers all out to have a bloody good time.


The lads were supported on the night by JW Paris and This Feeling Records signees RATS, both of whom were fantastic in their own right. They warmed the crowd up nicely, but it was when front man Zac took took to the stage and the band struck up with their most recent hit, Culture Non Stop that the crowd went wild! The scenes that were unfolding were joyous and mental in equal measure.

JW Paris

The lads treated the crowd to an astonishing 13 song setlist consisting of some new tracks alongside some much loved classics. such as ‘Away Days’. Special guest TEEF was also brought onto the stage to join the band in the rendition of their hit track “Chelsea Boy”.

From start to finish this gig was electric! The crowd were buzzing and bouncing off one another. The band held the audience captivated and under their spell throughout. Hit after hit was belted out as the beer was flung, bodies surfed, people danced their hearts and sung their lungs out!

The Skinner Brothers are a band who make music to excite and incite….. passion, devotion, raw energy; they’ve got it all.

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Photo credits – Jeff Moh