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Skunk Anansie Release New Video For This Means War

Watch Skunk Anansie’s new video for This Means War

Just days after Skunk Anansie announced details of 2020 headline tour, the Britrock icons have dropped a new video for their track This Means War.

The video was filmed at Pol’and’Rock festival last year, where Skunk played as part of their 25LIVE@25 anniversary tour.

We wrote this track just before we went on tour last summer,” says vocalist Skin. “It totally stood out as a fan favourite and never left the setlist. So we’re really happy to release a finished version, produced by the magnificent Tom Dalgety!”

This Means War is the follow-up to Skunk Anansie’s first new music in three years, What You Do For Love, which was released in 2019. Both will be available as part of a double A-side vinyl in April, which is available to pre-order now.

Vocalist Skin has also revealed that her very first memoir – which was co-written by journalist and friend Lucy O’Brien – is set to be published in September 2020, and will “chart Skin’s unique story from her working class Brixton roots to the Glastonbury and international stage”.

Catch Skunk Anansie live at the following dates this year. Get your Skunk Anansie tickets here.

Skunk Anansie tour 2020

June

17 Norwich The LCR UEA
19 Sheffield O2 Academy
20 Birmingham O2 Academy

October

26 Guildford G Live
27 Leicester O2 Academy
28 Folkestone Leas Cliff Hall

November

28 Lincoln Engine Shed
29 Nottingham Rock City

December

01 Glasgow O2 Academy
02 Newcastle O2 Academy
03 Leeds O2 Academy
05 Cardiff University
06 Bristol O2 Academy
07 Manchester O2 Victoria Warehouse
09 Brighton Dome
10 Cambridge Corn Exchange

Posted on February 7th 2020, 10:00am
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