In 2010 Skinjobs performed at numerous gallery openings in London as well as opening Tate Modern's tenth birthday celebrations in the Turbine Hall (supporting Martin Creed). They concocted a special evening event for the Barbican's The Surreal House exhibition and performed at the Centre for Contemporary Art in Warsaw.
Skinjobs perform and record with an ever-changing line up of artist and musician friends. Their shows involve improvisatory and knowingly shambolic renditions of songs composed by the duo (Adam Latham and Rich Cash) and incorporate a surreal array of props and locations, ranging from giant chickens' feet to a caged child or a tottering metal dinghy, being towed along the canal.
Many of these props can be found in their online shop (elephantmantours.com), which also acts as a home for their many sculptural and video works. This record marks their first collaboration with Parlour Records, in the pipeline there's said to be an LP featuring the soundtrack to their forthcoming musical South Pacific - A short play in black and white.