London’s Skinny Lister have just announced that they’ll be dropping their sophomore CD called Down On Deptford Broadway, which will hit the shelves on April 21st.

Down On Deptford Broadway was produced by Ted Hutt (The Gaslight Anthem, Flogging Molly, Lucero) and is an album packed with smart songwriting that joins elements of folk with the attitude of punk and rock ‘n’ roll that bursts with sing-along choruses and infectious, raucous energy. The band has also released “Cathy” from the new album, an offering that perfectly fuses their traditional shanti-inspired folk with an attitude and stomp akin to The Pogues. “Cathy” is an ode to addiction and recklessness,” said singer/guitarist Dan Heptinstall. “A declaration of desire for someone or something that you know is bad for you, and you’d be wise to steer well clear of. It’s the classic wrestle between head and heart.”

Personally, I’m a huge fan of Skinny Lister, I’m happy to hear that they’ve got some new material coming out!

Check out Cathy below:

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