Explosive rock hooks, anthem-like structures and fearless indie purity – The Skinks Band keeps their sound eclectic yet passionate throughout an incredibly versatile collection of originals. Burn kicks off with a likably genuine drum-line, a rising and falling bass, and a shoegaze-style voice that remotely injects a sense of story and intrigue. As things progress, the intensity rises, the weight of the soundscape enveloping its audience all the more so. And meanwhile, you crave connection with the lyrics – the title and indeed each short line draws you in, and the music holds you captive there; hypnotic in its indie-rock rounds.
The Skinks are an original rock band from the UK. They are a group that entered the rock industry with the hope of doing something new and making their mark permanently. tracks like Burn would certainly help them to be a memorable band among rock fans. The guitar drumming and vocals combine together to give an energetic feeling to the audience. The start is smooth though elsewhere things get heavier and more anthemic than any purely dreamy genre tends to allow. Giants in the industry like Foo Fighters, Green Day-inspired them to form a band and produce authentic and refreshing music for all the rock fans around the world.