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Skunk Anansie Coming to Play INmusic Festival in Croatia

Skunk Anansie

Skunk Anansie

Popular British band Skunk Anansie will return to play in Croatia in June…

Skunk Anansie are the latest act confirmed for the INmusic festival which will be held in Zagreb in June 2016.

To date Skunk Anansie have released 6 studio albums, and it will be their latest album ‘Anarchytecture’, released last month, which they will be promoting in Zagreb on the main stage at INmusic festival.

Skunk Anansie was named one of the most successful UK chart acts between 1952 and 2003 by the Guinness Book of British Hit Singles & Albums, with a total of 141 weeks on both the singles and album charts. The energetic British performers have collaborated with a number of top producers, including Jeremy Wheatley (Depeche Mode), Chris Sheldon (Foo Fighters, Radiohead, Pixies), and Cenzo Townshend (U2, Snow Patrol, Kaiser Chiefs).

Apart from appearing at a number of the world’s biggest music festivals, they have performed for the Dalai Lama and Nelson Mandela.

Skunk Anansie joins Wilco, Florence + The Machine, PJ Harvey, The Kooks, Yeasayer, The Heavy, Pat Thomas and Kwashibu Area Band, Monoswezi at what will be an exciting INmusic festival this year. Now in its 11th year, INmusic will be held from 20-22 June at Zagreb’s Lake Jarun.

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