Skunk Anansie's concert at Pol'and'Rock Festival seemed to be the work of serendipity - the 25th edition of the Most Beautiful Festival in the World hosted the band celebrating its 25 years together on frontwoman Skin's birthday - what more could one want from a show? The band's energy came together with that of a couple hundred thousand strong audience, and it resulted in an unforgettable, one of a kind show. Today "This Means War" video, recorded during Skunk Anansie concert at Pol'and'Rock was released on Kerrang!.
It was the biggest gig of our career and it just happened to be my birthday. Having hundreds of thousands of people singing to you is a weird one. I thought it was a universal melody, but Poland has a totally different tune — it took me a while to figure out what it was.‘It was a proper “wow” moment
- Skin for Metro News
The video, which follows the 2019 release "What Would You Do for Love" has been shot at Pol'and'Rock 2019, where the band celebrated a triple anniversary- 25th edition of the festival, 25th anniversary of the band, and Skin's birthday.
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