Tuesday 15 May 2012, 11:57 | By

Skinny Lister playing pop-up store shows

Gigs & Festivals

Skinny Lister

Honoured with the PRS prize for the most festival appearances accrued in 2011, indie quintet Skinny Lister have announced that they’ll play four consecutive ‘pop-up’ shows at various East London vintage shops in a single afternoon. This very afternoon, in fact.

The band, who signed to Rob da Bank’s Sunday Best Recordings for the forthcoming release of their debut LP ‘Forge & Flagon’, will first visit the Brick Lane branch of Beyond Retro at 2pm. From there on they’ll visit Hunky Dory, Blitz and the Curtain Road-based Paper Dress within the space of two hours. Then they’ll probably have a nice nap.

Further details here.

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