THE BUFFALO SKINNERS share ‘You Say Love But You Mean Hate’ via Loose Chat Records

June 19, 2019


Sheffield band reveal video for new track ‘You Say Love, But You Mean Hate’

7″ single out on 21st June via Loose Chat Records

Sheffield’s TheBuffalo Skinners have shared ‘You Say Love, But You Mean Hate’, the b-side their upcoming 7″ single the group are releasing 21st June, via Loose Chat Records.

‘You Say Love, But You Mean Hate’ was recorded to two-inch tape with Jamie Lockhart and Rob Slater at Leeds’ Greenmount studios (The Cribs, Brawlers, The Vaccines) and is the first release from the band featuring lead guitarist Phil Nixon.

Peter Seccombe (guitar & vocals)explained the track: “The song is the holiday blues. We spend our time running towards the sun, but we should just love the everyday things.”

Falling into a space between T. RexThe Smiths,The Felice Brothers and Big Thief, the group have got three full length studio albums under their belts over their decade long career, the most recent of these being 2016’s ‘Cease Your Dreaming’  produced by Mercury Prize nominated Colin Eliot (Richard Hawley, Kylie, Slow Club).

With four active and contributing songwriters in the group, The Buffalo Skinners are painting from a broad palette of influence, whilst always maintaining their core sound. The band are working on a fourth full length album, again teaming up with Jamie Lockhart and Rob Slater at Greenmount, to be released next year.

The Buffalo Skinners are: Peter Seccombe (guitar & vocals), Robbie Thompson (bass & vocals), Phil Nixon (Guitar) James Nicholls (violin & vocals) and Miles Stapleton (drums)

Friday 5th July – Cornbury Festival, Oxfordshire
Wednesday 7th August – Adelphi Club, Hull
Thursday 8th August – The Castle Hotel, Manchester 
Sunday 11th August – Newcastle, Cumberland Arms
Wednesday 14th August – Oporto, Leeds
Thursday 15th August – Hy Brasil, Bristol
Friday 16th August –  The Islington, London 
Saturday 17th August – Shakespeares, Sheffield

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