Folk-punk band Skinny Lister to play at Cambridge Junction

PUBLISHED: 05:19 28 April 2017 | UPDATED: 05:19 28 April 2017

Skinny Lister

Skinny Lister


Folk-punk band, Skinny Lister will be at The Junction, Cambridge on Thursday, May 4.

They are a new group, described as sounding like The Pogues’ rum-fuelled English cousin.

From day one, Skinny Lister set out to cause chaos and make friends, travelling to the four corners of the globe plying their blend of English folk and punk rock anarchy.

We are told that wherever they play their lusty shanties, punk folk roar-alongs and crazed whirls of love, mixed with fighting and hardcore drinking, you will find them out dancing with the crowd, passing around their flagon of liquor or crowd-surfing to the bar to neck shots mid-song. Skinny Lister are described as the wildest party band you’ll ever get drunk with - and on. Expect people who are fast on their fiddles, brisk with their music and light on their feet

7pm. Tickets, £13.50 in advance from 01223 511511 or


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