Introducing Skittish

From “the Saintly City” of St. Paul comes the idiosyncratic sound of Skittish.

The eclectic quartet’s newest album, Two Legs Bad, is intended to satiate the minds of the curious: a literary odyssey flushed with more hooks than a tackle box.

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“Our ambitions are high but our integrity remains intact,” reflects the band’s spearhead Jeff Noller. “The care we put into our songwriting will be our legacy.”

Skittish began as Noller’s recording side project, then blossomed into a full-time gig that involves an ever-changing lineup of the best musicians in Minnesota.

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Since their inception, the band has maintained a steady trajectory through the indie wilderness, placing songs with MTV, charting on CMJ, playing SXSW and Summerfest and opening for some notable acts including The Lone Bellow and Cloud Cult.

The title of their newest record, Two Legs Bad, was pulled from a line in George Orwell’s Animal Farm and is one of the many literary, economic and historical references peppered throughout the album – a dose of high-brow hidden in a spoonful of catchy indie pop.

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Noller is a consummate digester of articles and oddities. “I often feel like an outcast,” Noller reflects. “What I’m learning is that the majority of the population feels the same way.”

For those who are a little too smart, a little too weird and a little unsettled with their place in this world, Skittish is calming reassurance that you are not alone.

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