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The short version:
The unstoppable explosion of ska madness that is Skata Tones will have you skanking and jumping with every beat. Front-man Robbie presents infectious, energetic, original songs that blend reggae beats, driving basslines and blistering guitar chops with crazy brass.
Their latest release on CD and Vinyl, A Day At The Fair, captures all the fun of the festival and throws it at you with gusto!
The full story:
The unstoppable explosion of ska madness that is Skata Tones will have you skanking and jumping with every beat. Front-man Robbie presents an infectious brand of energetic, original songs that blend reggae beats, driving basslines and blistering guitar chops with crazy brass antics.
Their latest release on CD and Vinyl, A Day At The Fair, captures all the fun of the festival and throws it at you with gusto! It’s a bag of hot new tunes to blow your boots off.
After another fantastic summer of live performances at some of the UK’s most incredible festivals, the fastest moving ska band in the West is hitting the stage harder than ever before – plenty more gig news coming soon.
It’s all about the party, the weekend, the music and the fun.
Skata Tones have a good time ALL the time!
More about Skata Tones:
Since becoming finalists at The Convent Club Band Competition in 2014, The band has gone from strength to strength, with prestigious festival and support slots throughout the UK.
In 2016 the band released a debut CD to much acclaim, following it up in 2018 with the incredible A Day At The Fair, available on CD and Limited Edition orange vinyl
Skata Tones have supported The Beat, Gentleman’s Dub Club, Dub Pistols, Dreadzone, BackBeat Soundsystem, Mad Dog Mcrea, Tankus The Henge, The Undercover Hippy, Regime, Shoot The Moon, The Skints amongst others.
Festival appearances have included Boomtown Fair, Beautiful Days and many, many more.
In November 2018, Skata Tones appear at the House Of Fun weekender alongside Madness, Mungo Jerry, David Rodigan and Chris Difford.
What the people say:
David Rodigan: (playing Rolling Into Work on BBC Radio 1Xtra)
“It’s a bit nutty, isn’t it?”
“By their third song they had the crowd all dancing and on-board and mid set they upped the tempo and the room was bouncing.”
“musically they were tight and full of energy.”
Audience member Frankie Viggers, interviewed by MusoMuso:
“Honestly, it’s not often I enjoy support bands so much, but they were so hyper and up and readying the crowd.”
“Despite being relative unknowns the likes of Holiday To The Moon, festival anthem anthem Welcome To Boomtown and Something Real were all received as fan favourites as the tent seemed to groove and holler as one…”
Contact Skata Tones Management:
Telephone: 07827 451942