Reviews of The Devil, The Heart & The Fight:
“…considerably upped their game.” 4/5 Q Magazine album review
“…a deafening and visceral experience.” 5/5 Independent live review from London Garage.
Noisey - “Skinny Lister knows how to have a good time. Throughout their performances, there are various Celtic references, acoustic instrumentation and a ton of fun. It’s a kind of show where you need to hold onto your bootstraps.”
Subba Cultcha - This album has a wholesome kind of dirtiness woven deep into the tapestry of each of the songs.
Punktastic: ‘The Devil, The Heart & The Fight’ sees them break their own mould, in places amplifying the popular influences on their sound yet retaining their fundamental roots.
Louder Than War: “(a) kaleidoscope of high octane folk punk via Dexy’s and The Pogues”