The Skinny Sessions: Admiral Fallow

Exclusive live sessions from T in the Park 2010, only at The Skinny and Radio Magnetic.

Video by Dave Kerr | 04 Aug 2010

Following the success of our stint at the T in the Park kitchen in 2009, this summer The Skinny joined forces with Radio Magnetic to capture a unique series of acoustic sessions with many of the homegrown talents you've read about in these here pages over the last few years.

In the coming weeks you'll be able to see video of the sessions here at The Skinny and hear full audio recordings over at Radio Magnetic's site too.

For part one we bring you Dead Against Smoking by Glasgow indie-folk sextet Admiral Fallow (formerly known as Brother Louis Collective), playing this session as a four-piece.

WHY? frontman Yoni Wolf might have called the lead single from their debut album "too college screamy" when he reviewed Squealing Pigs earlier in the year, but this performance shows a measured side to the band he'd need to reconsider. You can see for yourself, and listen to the full set over at

Admiral Fallow play:

Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival, Inverness on 6 Aug

Sneaky Pete's, Edinburgh on 11 Aug

Continental Cafe, Gourock on 12 Aug

Duke's Corner, Dundee on 13 Aug

Hootenanny's, Inverness on 14 Aug

Òran Mór, Glasgow on 9 Sep.