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Skipping Girl Vinegar Premieres New Video for “Dance Again”

Australian indie band, Skipping Girl Vinegar, has linked up with EARMILK to exclusively premiere their new video for “Dance Again”. The track in its entirety is full of fun vocals/instruments and a repetitive line “Take me right back, wanna do it over” as it just rings the ears all day. Listeners, including myself, cannot help but be transported to warm summer days of an endless summer. Watching the video made the song even better than it already is. As you watch two friends or lovers fly high above the clouds and fall, as the band plays the rhythmic beats on the sands below. I highly recommend if you have not heard the song or seen this video, go watch it right now:

Skipping Girl Vinegar is made up of the majorly talented, Chris Helm (Drums/BV/Melodica), Kelly Lane (Violin/BV/Percussion/Keyboard), Mark Lang(Vocals/Guitar/Banjo), Sare Lang(Bass/BV/Percussion), and Amanthi Lynch (Piano/Keyboard/BV/Percussion) who are widely known in their main country of Australia. “Dance Again” is the leading single for the band’s most recent album The Great Wave which was produced by Brad Jones (Josh Rouse, Justin Townes Earle) who flew out to Australia to specifically work with the band after hearing their demos. The band decided to release the anticipated third album at one of Australia’s most iconic music festivals: Byron Bay Bluesfest. Overall Skipping Girl Vinegar is making big waves over there and here in the US too. Be sure to check out the new album and the video for their hit song “Dance Again.”

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Words By Tiffany Taylor


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