In common with many bands from Leeds, Sky Larkin released two singles on the Leeds based label Dance To The Radio. Songs of theirs appeared on Dance To The Radio compilation albums 'Something I Learned Today' and 'Out Of The Woods And Trees', the former featuring 'Summit' and the latter featuring the Napoleon IIIrd remix of 'Keepsakes' In both 2006 and 2007 they appeared on the unsigned stage at the Leeds Festival.
In 2008 they released the 'Swit Swoo' EP digitally as a covers collection. Amongst those included was 'I Was A Teenage Hand Model' originally by Queens Of The Stone Age and the Bruce Springsteen song 'Because The Night' alongside the more eclectic choice of Jake Thackray's "Lah-di-dah"
The band signed to major record label Wichita in 2008, and released their debut single on this new label, titled 'Fossil, I', on the 20th of October, 2008. There is an accompanying video for the single which has enjoyed success on MTV2 and can be viewed on Youtube.com.
Their debut album The Golden Spike was released in February 2009 on Wichita Records.
A promotional tour of England, Europe and America (including an appearance at South By Southwest Festival in Texas) will take place in spring/summer 2009.
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