BC headliner goes mainstream


Brockley band Skinny Lister, who kindly headlined Brockley Central's first-ever music night, have signed to indie label Sunday Best, who are also home to (among others) Dan Le Sac vs Scroobius Pip, which makes them alright in our book.

This makes BC Myspace to Skinny Lister's Lily Allen. Which is worrying.

Congratulations to Skinny Lister, who say:

Our first single on Sunday Best Recordings will come out 9th April and it’s going to be… Plough & Orion / If The Gaff Don’t let Us Down. Check out the below release for all the details… Already officially crowned the hardest working band of 2011, Skinny Lister now set their sights on conquering hearts and minds with the release of their debut album Forge & Flagon in 2012.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thou shalt not wish your girlfriend was a freak like me.

D said...

Sunday Best have got a good roster there now. Apart from Kitty Daisy and Lewis.
I like this Skinny Lister track too, though that may be just because I like the Pogues - good luck to them (sounds like they've already got the luck of the pretend Irish).

NAT said...

Cool product placement!

mg said...

"Skinny Lister? Just a band."


I've seen them quite a few times since that first BC appearance, it's always a party. Love Plough and Orion.

Anonymous said...

Mungs love Dan Le Sac and Scroobius Pip... it's like posh rap for people who use Ocado.

Brockley Nick said...

Good one.

Brockley Jon said...

Did I see somewhere that label boss Rob Da Bank is a Peckham resident?

Transpontine said...

Very late late reply, but I think Rob Da Bank lives in East Dulwich, his kids were at same local primary school as some friends' of mine. It's thanks to this connection that the Dulwich Ukulele Club get to play at Bestival, which Rob helps organise.

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