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or'Like' us on Facebook - BY CASSIE WALKER BROUGHT TO YOU BYPRINCE BANDROOM - RECORDINGS - http://www.miscreantrecordings.comIn amongst the madness and fervor that has been the last four years, Melbournian five-piece Skipping Girl Vinegar have become one of Australia's most talked about bands. Comprising of brother/sister duo Mark and Sare Lang and their respective childhood friends Chris Helm, Amanthi Lynch & Kelly Lane, their debut single One Chance was the Australian iTunes 'single of the week', added to high-rotation on Triple J and championed by major alternative and ABC radio nationwide. The accompanying animated clip for 'One Chance' also received critical acclaim with Rage featuring it as their first ever 'indie clip of the week' and JTV featuring it as their "new clip of the week" before it then charted in their Top 20. They were highlighted in Triple J's Oz Music month as a 'next crop' artist.Following the success of One Chance and with the release of their debut album pending, Skipping Girl Vinegar were offered some serious six figure major label & indie offers to release the album in Australia. They made the decision to maintain their independent route at home and release via their own label Secret Fox & license the album in Australia to Melbourne label Popboomerang and MGM distribution. Released in Australia Sep 13th 2008, SGV's debut album "Sift The Noise" is testament to the band's obsession with melody, pop-hook, and the search to stretch their song craft. A dark, warm, organic record that reflects the environments and journey of the band it was received ecstatically by public and media alike.Reviews across Australia were rapturous. Rip It Up Magazine in Adelaide and Rave Magazine in Brisbane both made the title track their respective 'single of the week' and press in Sydney, Melbourne and all other capitals were no less receptive...