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Judge for Under Your Skin

Tallinn, Estonia
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Portrait of Under Your Skin
Under Your Skin are an Estonian british rock band with a rich musical heritage who began playing together in 2006. With their infectious songs and fresh sound, Under Your Skin has potential to go far. Vocalist/guitarist/frontman Phil injects his distinctive British songwriting style to give the band a clearly international flavour and appeal.

Don't be deceived by the size of the band - although only 3 band members, Under Your Skin pack a very powerful punch and deliver an energetic live show! Since the beginning, the band has performed to enthusiastic audiences across Estonia, has gained a reputation as a great live band, and have a fast growing following. Under Your Skin have big plans for the future, with new singles recorded and scheduled for release in the first half of 2009 and an album planned for summer 2009.

Band Under Your Skin released their third radio single "Hold On" this month - a simple yet powerful plea not to give up when life is tough. Several radio stations have already included the song in their playlists, and the song’s release gave the band its first TV appearance and interview.
The band’s radio single "The Sun Burns Brightly" released last year also received a plenty of airplay, with Radio 2 nominating the song as demo of the week.