Childhood friends Andrew Matthews (vocals, bass) and Chris Anglin (guitar, synths) spent a hell of a lot of time listening to records and misspending youth on the west coast before they met east coaster Morgan Zwicker (drums) in Montréal on Kijiji - where any self respecting story starts. The three quickly found that they had more in common than just being broke and incredibly good looking (music). Their music is sometimes heavy, sometimes soft. Sometimes shirtless drum solos, sometimes intricate thoughtful records. After gigging around Montréal for some months, the trio moved into an old abandoned lodge in small town Nova Scotia to make an album. They spent the winter writing & experimenting with vintage gear, as well as building a following playing regularly in Halifax. Their debut self-produced LP ‘Death, Love, & Money’ was released on October 10th, 2019. The album received positive reviews & over 50,000 streams in it’s first two months. New music & visuals are currently in the works, coming Spring 2020..
“Canadian Death-Pop Rockers Skeleton Club’s Debut LP Death, Love & Money Hits 50,000+ Streams” - Eric Alper
“This band consistently keeps me on my toes and I appreciate that every time I think I know what’s happening, they make a sharp left turn into the unknown.” -Paige Backstage
“Skeleton Club sought to create an auditory odyssey with their latest release, and whichever part we find ourselves on, we’re here for it.” -The East
SPOTIFY TOP 5 AS OF JAN 14 2020
We have opened for L.A. Witch, Tropical Fuck Storm, NOBRO and performed at the Evolve Festival.
Death, Love, & Money Mini Tour Dates 2019:
Oct 11 2019 Halifax, NS @ The Seahorse Tavern
Oct 12 2019 New Glasgow, NS @ The Spot
Oct 13 2019 Lunenburg, NS @ The Legion
Oct 18 2019 Fredericton, NB @ The Capital Complex
Oct 19 2019 Montréal, QC @ The Diving Bell
Oct 20 2019 Ottawa, ON @ Mavericks
"The intro to the song feels like a video game, but then it shifts and becomes just… perfect. It’s perfect." -Paige Backstage
“This is the sound of three musicians loving their craft and enjoying themselves in the studio, unperturbed with trends and concocting a timeless and utterly brilliant track in the process.” - Barry Gruff