Skipper released his latest Folk Rock EP, North, back in March and is ready to share it to new listeners once again.
North is a set of 4 tracks, written by Skipper about the complexity of life itself. Each track points into a different direction. “Past The Night” speaks about death, following personal processes of letting go of true love. “Take What’s Yours” is his take on an ode to our consumer culture, imagine the lead singer rubbing himself in gold and iPhones as he sings. “Northern Light” is about complicated love in a relationship dominated by scars from the past and “Hey There” is an angelic track aiding someone who has given up on them-self.
For Skipper, this record is his first self produced project, having worked on it all by himself. The vocals and the majority of the instrumentals are all his own work that he recorded in ‘Anchor Point’ in Melbourne, Australia.
Having grown up in Denmark, his recent move to Melbourne is one that he hopes will benefit his musical career as Australian Indie Music is on the rise.
With the help of contributors such as mixer, Brian McTear, who has worked with Sharon Van Etten and War on Drugs drummer Patrick Berkery, Skipper puts a spin on classic folk music. His sound could be described as a fusion of Radiohead with Nick Drake or Simon and Garfunkel.
Skipper’s EP, North is available on all major digital platforms now.
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