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Skunkhour To Reform To Play Feed For Sydney

by Noise11.com on April 20, 2017

in News

The original line-up of Skunkhour will reform for one Sydney show in May.

The show will feature a first-time performance of Skunkhour’s album 1995 album ‘Feed’.

The band last reformed a year ago to perform their debut album.

Michael Sutherland from Skunkhour said, “We are absolutely amped to be playing the Feed album in its entirety. We haven’t played some tracks on the album for many years. It will bring an exciting edge to another epic show in one of our all time favourite venues.”

Skunkhour date

May 27, Sydney, The Metro

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