Sultry Texas vocals lead the listener through rockin', swingin', bluesy slices of life that everyone can relate to.
2012 release, the fifth album from the British Hard Rock band fronted by vocalist Skin. Black Traffic, the band's follow-up to the critically acclaimed 2010 album Wonderlustre, was recorded in London and co-produced by Chris Sheldon (Foo Fighters, Biffy Clyro, Pixies) and mixed by Jeremy Wheatley and Adrian Bushby. "We've wanted to be charge of our own destiny for many years, the doom & gloom merchants may whine about the music industry but we've seen it as a positive chance to re-invent how we work and take more control over our art form. With our new album Black Traffic and new label we are really excited with the future of skunk, this is my personal favorite as an album, even better than Wonderlustre which spawned some great songs. We're back and f**k me we're gonna enjoy every last minute of it!" "We got back together because we have a strong chemistry," says Skin of the band's return. "We're very proud of our past work, but what drives us is the future".
Special acoustic performance by the rock band Skunk Anansie in London. The songs played by the group include 'Because of You', 'I Hope You Get to Meet Your Hero' and 'You Do Something to Me'…
From south to west, swing is our quest. Red Skunk Southwest: A Title of Two Cities. Although the band was first founded on the west coast in California, a few of the band's members have since branched out to the southern? "boot" of the country, New Orleans, LA. We are fortunate that Jazz festivals and other events allow the band to reassemble and play together every couple of months. The album name, "Red Skunk Southwest" not only reflects where the members of the band travel from, but also the name of the airline by which they travel.