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Skunk Anansie have revealed brand new single ‘Can’t Take You Anywhere’.

The track is the band’s second new single of 2022 and follows previous release ‘Piggy’.

The band’s lead vocalist Skin commented, “This track is a double-edged sword. We all have that one friend that we love but is a total embarrassment to us, a mate that has no off button and no filter. So if they aren’t losing their phone/keys/coat, they’re saying some stuff that will defo get you cancelled by all your other mates. This song is about how polarised the world is now, and how careful you need to be. It’s about dealing with the new world order of friendship, as never before have I had great long term friends develop completely opposing views to mine. It’s about having to navigate and understand people, keeping the love and respect but also standing firm in your opinions.”


Skunk Anansie will be embarking on their rescheduled 25th Anniversary Tour this spring. They will be supported by the likes of New Pagans, Gen And The Degenerates, Holocene and Shelf Lives with Big Joanie, Sweet Crisis, Morganway and Dikta, across different shows.

Skunk Anansie 2022 UK Tour Dates:

London O2 Academy Brixton, 25 March
Nottingham Rock City, 07 April
Manchester O2 Victoria Warehouse, 08
Brighton Dome, 09
Cardiff Uni Great Hall, 11
Bristol O2 Academy, 12
Cambridge Corn Exchange, 14
Folkestone Leas Cliff Hall, 15
Guildford G Live, 16
Leicester O2 Academy, 18
Lincoln The Engine Shed, 19
Norwich The LCR UEA, 21
Birmingham O2 Academy, 22
Sheffield O2 Academy, 23
Newcastle O2 City Hall, 25
Glasgow O2 Academy, 26
Leeds O2 Academy, 27
Oxford O2 Academy, 16 June
Southampton Engine Rooms, 26

Tickets on sale now from Gigantic Ticketmaster Ticketweb See Tickets

In addition, the British alternative quartet will be appearing at the 2022 Meltdown Festival in June, curated by Grace Jones. They have also confirmed their long-awaited return to Glastonbury Festival, where they famously headlined the Pyramid Stage in 1999.

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