Skinny Living Premiere ‘Let Me In’ Video

Skinny Living Premiere ‘Let Me In’ Video
Wakefield-based four-piece Skinny Living have premiered the visuals for their stunning track Let Me In. It features two dancers, one signing the lyrics to the track, resulting in a really stirring performance piece. Watch it below!


Speaking about the track / video frontman Ryan Johnston explains,
It's about loving someone that has been hurt in the past, encouraging them to drop their guard, understanding why they feel the way they do because you've been hurt before too. Having the song interpreted in sign language and dance helps emphasise the emotion and meaning of the words, so you can still feel the song, even if you can't hear it.

Let Me In is my favourite song from their latest VI EP which is out now. Skinny Living have had a breakthrough year on the road including a performance at British Summer Time in Hyde Park, supporting Justin Bieber. In the coming months the band will hit the road again with a UK tour, including a show at the Borderline in London 1st November and one huge hometown show at Unity Works in Wakefield as phenomenal demand from the initial dates caused the band to roll three small shows into one much bigger show on the city.

The four-piece deal in beautiful, haunting acoustic soul music, drawing on influences such as Bill Withers and Paolo Nutini.

Skinny Living began in 2013 when guitarist Will Booth was first floored by singer Ryan Johnston's incredible voice at an open mic night in their hometown of Wakefield, before being augmented by Danny Hepworth (guitar) and Rhys Anderton (drums).


Skinny Living are:
Ryan Johnston - vocals
Will Booth - guitar
Danny Hepworth - guitar
Rhys Anderton - drums

Tour dates:
OCT 25th Hare & Hounds, Birmingham
OCT 26th Bodega Social Club, Nottingham
OCT 27th Thekla Bristol
OCT 29th The Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast
OCT 30th The Deaf Institute, Manchester
NOV 1st The Borderline, London
NOV 2nd The Unity Works Small Hall, Wakefield 
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