Skipping Girl Vinegar return with a new single One Long Week; a taste of what’s to come from the much anticipated second album.
One Long Week suggests the band have begun venturting into new musical territories while retaining a hint of the SGV classics we all fell in love with in the beginning. Produced by Nick Huggins (Kid Sam, Seagull, Whitley) and Greg Arnold and mixed in January 2010 in Nashville by American indie legend Brad Jones (Josh Rouse, Bob Evans), One Long Week; “uncovers the whirlwind of the previous year of endless independent touring and the release of their acclaimed debut album ‘Sift The Noise’.” (Yet the band still went back into the studio at the end of 2009 – dedication!)
Sift the Noise was one of my favourite albums of 2008 and continues to be, if this new single is anything to go by it seems Skipping Girl Vinegar’s second album is sure to join the favourites list. Even now i found myself humming along to the tune and singing along to the lyrics “cause the summer came knocking upon my weary bones”, Skipping Girl Vinegar are doing something right.
In exactly a week, on March 18th Skipping Girl Vinegar will launch this new single at the East Brunswick Club. A plug for the band I manage, Goodnight Owl are excited to be supporting Skipping Girl Vinegar, opening the night will be Snowy Belfast. So all you Melbourne folk, come on down to the EBC next Thursday and support Skipping Girl Vinegar.
As an added incentive, invite some of your friends along and pre-purchase your tickets online to receive a discount. Or purchase tickets for $20 on the door – if still available!
One Long Week is available to stream on the band’s myspace page or to purchase through Itunes.