Streets' Mike Skinner to release new album in February

Skinner reveals all during fan meet in London

The Streets' Mike Skinner has revealed that his next studio album will be released in February.

The star revealed the information while meeting fans on London Bridge in the UK capital.

Skinner had sent a message via his Twitter page, Twitter.com/skinnermike, saying he would give £95 to the first fan who said "Messi messed up the reds" to him at midday (BST) on the bridge, referencing last night's (May 27) Champions League final.

In a video interview during the meet, which you can watch by clicking below, Skinner said that he decided to offer the money simply "because I found £100 in my pocket". He then revealed that the follow-up to his latest album, 2008's 'Everything Is Borrowed', would be out next February.

He has previously suggested that the record would be the fifth and last he would release under The Streets imprint.

"We're rehearsing at the moment so I'm really busy," he added, before confirming his ambition to make a film following the release of his next album.

Watch Skinner meeting the fans by clicking on the two videos below.




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