Welsh ragga-metallers SKINDRED recently stopped by the Santa Rosa, California radio station 101.7 FM KXFX The Fox to play acoustic versions of two songs — their current single, "Trouble", and "Pressure", off the band's debut album. Watch footage of the performance below.
SKINDRED released "Electric Avenue", a cover of the classic EDDY GRANT song, through MySpace on January 12.
"Electric Avenue" became a cross-Atlantic smash, topping the charts in both the U.S. and U.K. The original most recently gained notoriety by being prominently featured in the hit Seth Rogen comedy "Pineapple Express".
Premiered exclusively via the Xbox LIVE marketplace, SKINDRED's video for "Trouble" was filmed in London at Greenford Studios with Visual Abuse, whose members' previous credits include visual effects on the Academy Award-winning film "Saving Private Ryan", the first four "Harry Potter" films, over 600 commercials, and promotional videos for KEANE, RADIOHEAD and NINE INCH NAILS.
SKINDRED has joined forces with DISTURBED and SEVENDUST for a cross-country U.S. tour which will hit large theaters and small arenas coast to coast until it comes to a close in late February.
(Thanks: Danielle Rosenstein)
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