Skindred have released brand new single ‘Unstoppable’, taken from their forthcoming album ‘Smile’, due out 04 August 2023.

Guitarist Mikey Demus commented, “As a band, we’ve survived the rise and fall of a million genres, trend and fads in this world…People have tried and failed to put us in a box we refuse to live in. Skindred has a determination and a tenacity to stay true to ourselves, and true to our fans. Skindred will not be ignored. We are Unstoppable!”

Frontman Benji Webbe continued, “We keep going and we keep pushing forward…In life, it’s about hearing that our music has encouraged people and got them through dark times. But even when we’re done and gone, people will still be listening to this music. That thought makes me smile.”


‘Unstoppable’ follows summer anthem ‘L.O.V.E (Smile Please)’ and showcases the band’s ragga-reggae-sunshine roots, alongside their bright metal power.

Both tracks will feature on new album ‘Smile’, on which the four-piece – completed by bassist Daniel Pugsley and drummer Arya Goggin – channel a huge range of styles to create their most mind-expanding collection of songs yet.

The Welsh heavy metallers recently performed at Glastonbury, Download and 2000 Trees festivals, as well as supported KISS on their farewell tour.

And there’s even more to smile about for Skindred fans as they have also since confirmed a headline UK & Ireland tour for this autumn.

Skindred 2023 Tour Dates:

Northampton Roadmender, 06 Oct
Leeds O2 Academy, 07
Cambridge Junction, 13
Norwich Epic, 14
Nottingham Rock City, 19
Newcastle NX, 20
Glasgow The Garage, 21
Brighton Chalk, 27
Bristol O2 Academy, 28
Sheffield Leadmill, 03 Nov
Lincoln The Engine Shed, 04
Cardiff Great Hall, 10
Southampton O2 Guildhall, 11
Belfast Limelight 1, 17
Dublin Academy, 18

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Skindred ‘Smile’ Full Album Tracklisting:

Our Religion
Gimme That Boom
Set Fazers
Life That’s Free
If I Could
L.O.V.E (Smile Please)
This Appointed Love
Black Stars
State Of The Union

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