Skinny Living announce March 2019 tour

Off the back of a sold-out UK tour in September, Skinny Living announce an extensive UK and Ireland headline tour for March 2019. The 11-date tour includes dates at Whelan’s – Dublin, King Tuts – Glasgow, The Deaf Institute – Manchester and Omeara – London, to name a few. Ahead of the tour they will play a huge hometown show (1000 capacity) at Warehouse 23, Wakefield on December 21st (on sale now). Tickets for the March tour go on sale this Friday from

Skinny Living’s story is one of struggle, troubling situations and relentless hard graft. It’s also one of synchronicity, chance meetings, and unflinching belief that their glorious acoustic soul – with its echoes of Bill Withers and Paolo Nutini – will out. They are readying the release a new track ’I Still Love You’ in the coming week.

Streaming at over 1million listeners a month across all DSPs, their single ‘Why’ has had over 12+ million streams alone. BBC Radio 1 have supported ‘Why’ and most recent single ‘Fade‘, with multiple daytime plays. The stunning video for their track ‘Let Me In’ has had over 1.8m+ on YouTube – . It features two dancers, one signing the lyrics to the track, resulting in a really stirring performance piece. They performed ‘Why’ on ITV ‘The Weekend’.

Media support for Skinny Living has come by way of NMEWonderland, CLASH, Spindle, SBTV, The Mahogany Sessions and many more. They have also featured in two global campaigns with STA Travel. The second saw them travelling the USA playing Sofar Sounds sessions, whilst the journey was documented.

See Skinny Living live:

December 2019

Dec 21 – Warehouse 23 – Wakefield

March 2019

8 Mar – Whelan’s Upstairs – Dublin

9 Mar – Speakeasy – Belfast

11 Mar – The Cluny 2 – Newcastle

Mar 12 – King Tuts – Glasgow

Mar 14 – The Deaf Institute – Manchester

Mar 15 – The Leadmill 2 – Sheffield

Mar 17 – The Hope & Ruin – Brighton

Mar 18 – Exchange – Bristol

Mar 19 – Omeara – London

Mar 21 – The Bodega – Nottingham

Mar 22 – The Castle & Falcon – Birmingham

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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