Thursday, June 20, 2019

The Buffalo Skinners - "You Say Love, But You Mean Hate"

Despite being from Sheffield, England, The Buffalo Skinners are the least British sounding British band of all time. Their latest song, "You Say Love, But You Mean Hate," is pure modern Americana. The song is in the same style you'd hear in bands like Delta Spirit and Dawes. It's chilled out near folk packed full with sing-along harmonies. Singer/guitarist Peter Seccombe explains the song like this: “The song is the holiday blues. We spend our time running towards the sun, but we should just love the everyday things.”

You can watch the video for "You Say Love, But You Mean Hate" below. The song is the b-side for a 7" single due on June 21st via Loose Chat Records. For more on The Buffalo Skinners, check out their website. Current tour dates are below the song.

Friday 5th July - Cornbury Festival, Oxfordshire
Wednesday 7th August - Adelphi Club, Hull
Thursday 8th August - The Castle Hotel, Manchester 
Sunday 11th August - Newcastle, Cumberland Arms
Wednesday 14th August - Oporto, Leeds
Thursday 15th August - Hy Brasil, Bristol
Friday 16th August -  The Islington, London 
Saturday 17th August - Shakespeares, Sheffield

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