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NORWICH PUNK AND ALTERNATIVE FESTIVAL: THE EXPLOITED + THE MEMBRANES + KING KURT + SPEAR OF DESTINY + THE MEMBERS + ANDY BLADE (EATER)

Saturday 26th May 2018
Show: 6:00 PM Doors: 6:00 PM

Please Note: 14+ Doors at 6pm

The Waterfront | 139-141 King Street, Norwich, NR1 1QH, United Kingdom

NORWICH  PUNK  AND  ALTERNATIVE  FESTIVAL

THE EXPLOITED + THE MEMBRANES + KING KURT + SPEAR OF DESTINY + THE MEMBERS + ANDY BLADE (EATER)

Saturday 26th May 2018

Doors 6pm

Curfew 10pm

14+ Only

£28 ADV

 DAY 1 FT: SHAM 69 (1977 Lineup) + UK SUBS + RUTS DC + EXTREME NOISE TERROR + SICK ON THE BUS + CRIMINAL MIND + KNOCK OFF

>> https://thewaterfront.ticketabc.com/events/sham-69-1977-lineup/

We are pleased to announce the 2nd day of the Norwich Punk & Alternative fest.

2 floors, 2 stages, 3 bars, beer garden and full 1 hour+ full sets from THE EXPLOITED + THE MEMBRANES + KING KURT + SPEAR OF DESTINY + THE MEMBERS + ANDY BLADE (EATER)

 

EXPLOITED

The Exploited are a Scottish punk rock band from Edin

burgh, Scotland, formed in 1979, by Stevie Ross and Terry Buchan and later by ex-soldier Wattie Buchan (Terry's brother). They signed to Secret Records in March 1981, and that year released their debut EP Army Life.

The album Punks Not Dead followed that year. The band maintained a large cult following in the 1980s among a hardcore working class punk and skinhead audience. Their songs have been covered by Slayer and Ice-T, and despite many lineup changes, Wattie has remained as the Exploited's singer and leader. The Exploited has been controversial for their aggressive lyrics and rowdy gigs. They were considered "cartoon punks" by Ian Glasper. Glasper wrote: "For many, The Exploited were the quintessential second wave punk band with their senses-searing high-speed outbursts against the system, and wild-eyed frontman Walter 'Wattie' Buchan's archetypal orange mohican." The Exploited are known for their lyrics about anarchy, politics and anti-authority. As a band with lyrics that have anarchist themes, The Exploited's vocalist Wattie Buchan is an anarchist and openly hates politics. The Exploited have made songs about former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and have expressed a disdainful view towards Thatcher. The Exploited's song "Maggie", a song from the band's album “Horror Epics", is about Thatcher. The Exploited's third studio album, "Let's Start a War... (Said Maggie One Day)", focuses on Margaret Thatcher and the Falklands War. Other topics of the album are police-driven riots, war, unemployment and hopelessness. Many songs from the mid-80s focus on the threat of nuclear war.

The fans of The Exploited were nicknamed the Barmy Army. During the rivalry between The Exploited and Conflict, there were occasional clashes with fans of Conflict, known as "the Conflict Crew". In addition to the anti-social behaviour of the band and some of their fans, After the 1981 Southall riot, Oi! bands in general became associated with racism, and The Exploited were sometimes believed to be falsely a racist band. 

Official website

http://www.the-exploited.net

facebook

@The Exploited

Twitter

@Exploitedband

THE MEMBRANES + CHOIR

The Membranes acclaimed Dark Matter/Dark Energy album has been getting reviews across the world . You can buy the album from here...http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00UYZM8I8. The band were formed out of punk and DIY culture and then went on their own darker path.
The band reformed a couple of years ago to play music on their own terms. Their 2016 'Dark Matter/Dark Energy' has been acclaimed worldwide and they have toured UK, Europe and the USA and supported Killing Joke, The Sisters Of Mercy, the Damned, Wire and Therapy.
The album has had lots of radio play as well They have played their special Universe Explained concert with a 25 piece choir and their own film all over Europe and at sold out shows in the UK. The new music weaves noise, drones, found percussion, feedback, discord, melody, free jazz, dub, dark- dub, free punk, heavy rhythms, classical music, orchestras, percussion, near silence, death to trad rock noise and freedom into a unique whole of beauty and noise and enjoys all the contrasts. The Membranes were an influential 80’s UK post punk band who recently reformed for the ATP festivals in the UK at the request of firstly My Bloody Valentine and then Shellac. The gigs went to so well that the band are working on an album built around the Universe Explained gig they did last year where we got Higgs Boson scientists to explain the universe before the Membranes played a set to finish which was a sellout show- many venues and festivals are interested in this as well. There is also a dark cartoon being being made about the Membranes as a feature film. The band are looking to play festivals and interesting gigs. They are working on a new album for release this year.

Official website

http://www.themembranes.co.uk

Facebook

@TheMembranes

Twitter

@johnrobb77

@membranes1

SPEAR OF DESTINY

Spear of Destiny is a British alternative rock band, founded in 1983 by singer and songwriter Kirk Brandon (born 3 August 1956 in London) and bassist Stan Stammers (born 19 May 1961). It has had an ever-changing line-up through the years. Formed in 1983, the band's original line-up consisted of Kirk BrandonStan Stammers, Chris Bell and Lascelles James. In late 1983 this line-up was superseded by Dolphin Taylor on drums, Alan St Clair on guitar, John Lennard on sax and Neil Pyzer on keyboards and additional saxophone. In 1984 John Lennard was replaced by Mickey Donnelly on Saxophone. Spear of Destiny recorded one session for John Peel (recorded 22 November 1982, transmitted on BBC Radio 1 on 29 November 1982). "The band played a punk-influenced form of power rock, which often had an anthemic feel."

Their second album, One Eyed Jacks was released in 1984. It reached No. 22 in the UK Albums Chart Spear of Destiny’s reputation in the mid-1980s depended to a greater extent on their live performances.

In 1985, their album, World Service reached the UK Top 20. Founder member Stan Stammers left in 1986. In the wake of the release of the fourth album, Outland (1987) and its Top 15 hit "Never Take Me Alive", the band began achieving some chart success and staging sell-out concerts, including a support slot to U2 at Wembley Stadium. However, ill fortune struck on the eve of the band’s appearance at the Reading Festival, as Brandon contracted Reiter disease which obliged the band to put all their plans on hold for nearly a year.

Spear of Destiny have had 10 UK Singles Chart entries. Four reached the Top 50 but only one made the Top 20 - "Never Take Me Alive" (1987).

In addition to Brandon and Stammers, past members of the band in the 1980s included former Gillan drummer Pete Barnacle, former JoBoxers bassist Chris Bostock, former Adam and the Ants guitarist Marco Pirroni, and former Tom Robinson Band and Stiff Little Fingers drummer Dolphin Taylor.

Brandon is also a member of the supergroupDead Men Walking and Theatre Of Hate.

Official website

https://www.kirkbrandon.com

 Facebook

@kirkbrandonofficial

 Twitter

@kirkbrandon 

KING KURT

Psychobilly/Rock n Roll.

British tongue in cheek psychobilly. They formed in 1981 with Jef Harvey, replaced by The Smeg after "Zulu Beat" 7in single, and before the Stiff Records contract, on vocals; Paul (Thwack) Laventhol, and John Reddington on guitars; Rory Lyons on drums; Bert Boustead on bass guitar, plus schoolboy Alan "Maggot" Power on saxophone. Originally known as Rockin' Kurt & The Sour Krauts before settling for King Kurt.

They had a few minor hit singles that featured in the UK Singles and UK Indie Charts, such as "Zulu Beat", "Mack The Knife" and "Banana Banana", along with their Top Forty hit - "Destination Zululand ".

During 1988 the band effectively split, though between 1992 and 1996 the group featuring three of the original members were performing as a live act. John Reddington, on the other hand, is now a solicitor with the London office of Jones Day.

In the early 80s, King Kurt were known for their stage performance in which eggs and bags of flour were thrown around and buckets of wallpaper paste dumped into the audience.

Facebook

@kingkurtofficial

 

ANDY BLADE (EATER)

Eater were an early British punk rock band from North London who took their name from a Marc Bolan lyric.

In October 2001, the band’s second single, "Thinking of the USA" (originally released in June 1977), was included in Mojo magazine's list of the best punk rock singles of all time. In 1999, the track also appeared on the five-CD Universal Records box set 1-2-3-4 Punk & New Wave 1976-1979.

Their sound has been characterized as "run-of-the-mill dole queue punk rock" and "basic boy-ish punk rock".

The Secret Life of a Teenage Punk Rocker:The Andy Blade Chronicles
Brilliantly cutting, idiosyncratic punk autobiography from former child-star. With a foreword by Henry Rollins, a cover endorsement by Jonathan Ross, and great, previously unseen photos, this is arguably the very best inside account of Punk Rock in London 1976, '77, and far from being just the story of school-kid punk band Eater.  'The Sid and John Stories are worth the price of admission alone', says Henry, and if you want to know which member of the Clash had the biggest dick, then you'll find out from these hilariously, frank chronicles. Of all the books on punk, this is destined to be the peoples favourite, as it is the most intimate, personal, cutting and basically the most honest.  It's how one person saw it, felt it, and lived it. The fact he was a naieve 15 year old at the time helps immensely as the whirlwind journey of discovery is recalled with amazing clarity. He can spin a yarn too and he doesn't hold back on all the gory details. Being on the receiving end of a washing up liquid bottle full of piss being used a water pistol, by a Sex Pistol after being caught in bed with said Pistols girlfriend is a particular highlight. There's a lot more to this book though. It is about being an outsider as a child in the 70's, Blades parents divorce resulted in school-phobia and he withdrew into the fantasy world of pop music. His 'secret life' was as much about being a fan initially as it was being a performer, see the segment on how he stalked the Runaways, issuing fake bomb threats to the hotel they were staying in, hoping they would emerge, semi-clad or otherwise. You really get inside Blades head reading this intense, dramatic yet funny book and get to understand how shy school kid Ashruf Radwan transmogrified into teenage 'low-rent rock star'  Andy Blade, and, having burnt out before his 18th birthday descended into his 'drug hell' and made it through the other  side. Instead of chronological history, boring statistics, exact dates and details of recording sessions, socio-political theory or analysis you get stories of encounters with a bizarre cast of supporting characters; an armed and dangerous Spike Milligan, a surly Bob Dylan, a polite Lou Reed, a shambling Muhammad Ali, a self-righteous Cat Stevens, a confused Bay City Roller, a self-important Mickie Most and needless to say Rotten, Strummer, Scabies, Weller et al.  On top of that you get a true ghost story, sections on Islam (his brothers became converts), a cold turkey travelogue (Egypt & Israel where he went to get cleaned-up), and a guide to how transcendental meditation can help you win on the horses.

If I had to pick one thing about this book that will leave a lasting impact then its the fact that at last we discover the true significance and importance the blowjob in punk history. a fantastic read and a must-have for anyone interested in punk.

Facebook

@PeopleAreThickInGeneral

 THE MEMBERS

Formed in Surrey, England, in the summer of 1977, the Members were among the new wave of British bands jumping on the punk bandwagon. The band -- composed of Nicky Tesco (vocals), Jean-Marie Carroll (guitar), Gary Baker (guitar), Adrian Lillywhite (drums), and Chris Payne(bass) -- was among the first to successfully blend reggae rhythms with punk's attitude and aggression. Stiff Records saw some promise in the band and signed them early in 1978, releasing their first single, "Solitary Confinement." The success of the single led to their signing with Virgin Records in 1979. Their Virgin debut single, "Sound of the Suburbs," made it into the British Top 20 but subsequent singles failed to match its success. After replacing Bakerwith Nigel Bennett, they recorded their first LP, At the Chelsea Nightclub, which also made a brief appearance in the lower reaches of the U.K. charts. Around this time, the 2-Tone movement was stealing much of their limelight and their popularity began to fade. After one more album for Virgin in 1980, 1980 the Choice Is Yours, they were dropped by the label. After a brief layoff, they returned in 1982 with Uprhythm, Downbeat (released in 1983 in the U.K. as Going West), broadening their sound with horns and a more serious attitude. "Working Girl" from the album became a cult classic in the U.S. through MTV exposure, but mainstream acceptance eluded them on both sides of the Atlantic. The band called it quits the following year. Carroll became a film composer, noted for working with Julien Temple, and in 2008, an incarnation of the band toured around the world, including Glastonbury and the Isle of Wight Festival. The Members also returned to recording, with a lineup that included Carroll, Payne, Bennett, and drummer Nick Cash. Tesco, having bowed out due to health problems, was replaced by the Damned's Rat Scabies. The band recorded two albums, 2012's InGrrLand and 2016's One Law.

Facebook

@themembersofficial

Website

http://www.themembers.co.uk/

NORWICH PUNK AND ALTERNATIVE FESTIVAL: THE EXPLOITED + THE MEMBRANES + KING KURT + SPEAR OF DESTINY + THE MEMBERS + ANDY BLADE (EATER), Saturday 26th May 2018

NORWICH  PUNK  AND  ALTERNATIVE  FESTIVAL

THE EXPLOITED + THE MEMBRANES + KING KURT + SPEAR OF DESTINY + THE MEMBERS + ANDY BLADE (EATER)

Saturday 26th May 2018

Doors 6pm

Curfew 10pm

14+ Only

£28 ADV

 DAY 1 FT: SHAM 69 (1977 Lineup) + UK SUBS + RUTS DC + EXTREME NOISE TERROR + SICK ON THE BUS + CRIMINAL MIND + KNOCK OFF

>> https://thewaterfront.ticketabc.com/events/sham-69-1977-lineup/

We are pleased to announce the 2nd day of the Norwich Punk & Alternative fest.

2 floors, 2 stages, 3 bars, beer garden and full 1 hour+ full sets from THE EXPLOITED + THE MEMBRANES + KING KURT + SPEAR OF DESTINY + THE MEMBERS + ANDY BLADE (EATER)

 

EXPLOITED

The Exploited are a Scottish punk rock band from Edin

burgh, Scotland, formed in 1979, by Stevie Ross and Terry Buchan and later by ex-soldier Wattie Buchan (Terry's brother). They signed to Secret Records in March 1981, and that year released their debut EP Army Life.

The album Punks Not Dead followed that year. The band maintained a large cult following in the 1980s among a hardcore working class punk and skinhead audience. Their songs have been covered by Slayer and Ice-T, and despite many lineup changes, Wattie has remained as the Exploited's singer and leader. The Exploited has been controversial for their aggressive lyrics and rowdy gigs. They were considered "cartoon punks" by Ian Glasper. Glasper wrote: "For many, The Exploited were the quintessential second wave punk band with their senses-searing high-speed outbursts against the system, and wild-eyed frontman Walter 'Wattie' Buchan's archetypal orange mohican." The Exploited are known for their lyrics about anarchy, politics and anti-authority. As a band with lyrics that have anarchist themes, The Exploited's vocalist Wattie Buchan is an anarchist and openly hates politics. The Exploited have made songs about former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and have expressed a disdainful view towards Thatcher. The Exploited's song "Maggie", a song from the band's album “Horror Epics", is about Thatcher. The Exploited's third studio album, "Let's Start a War... (Said Maggie One Day)", focuses on Margaret Thatcher and the Falklands War. Other topics of the album are police-driven riots, war, unemployment and hopelessness. Many songs from the mid-80s focus on the threat of nuclear war.

The fans of The Exploited were nicknamed the Barmy Army. During the rivalry between The Exploited and Conflict, there were occasional clashes with fans of Conflict, known as "the Conflict Crew". In addition to the anti-social behaviour of the band and some of their fans, After the 1981 Southall riot, Oi! bands in general became associated with racism, and The Exploited were sometimes believed to be falsely a racist band. 

Official website

http://www.the-exploited.net

facebook

@The Exploited

Twitter

@Exploitedband

THE MEMBRANES + CHOIR

The Membranes acclaimed Dark Matter/Dark Energy album has been getting reviews across the world . You can buy the album from here...http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00UYZM8I8. The band were formed out of punk and DIY culture and then went on their own darker path.
The band reformed a couple of years ago to play music on their own terms. Their 2016 'Dark Matter/Dark Energy' has been acclaimed worldwide and they have toured UK, Europe and the USA and supported Killing Joke, The Sisters Of Mercy, the Damned, Wire and Therapy.
The album has had lots of radio play as well They have played their special Universe Explained concert with a 25 piece choir and their own film all over Europe and at sold out shows in the UK. The new music weaves noise, drones, found percussion, feedback, discord, melody, free jazz, dub, dark- dub, free punk, heavy rhythms, classical music, orchestras, percussion, near silence, death to trad rock noise and freedom into a unique whole of beauty and noise and enjoys all the contrasts. The Membranes were an influential 80’s UK post punk band who recently reformed for the ATP festivals in the UK at the request of firstly My Bloody Valentine and then Shellac. The gigs went to so well that the band are working on an album built around the Universe Explained gig they did last year where we got Higgs Boson scientists to explain the universe before the Membranes played a set to finish which was a sellout show- many venues and festivals are interested in this as well. There is also a dark cartoon being being made about the Membranes as a feature film. The band are looking to play festivals and interesting gigs. They are working on a new album for release this year.

Official website

http://www.themembranes.co.uk

Facebook

@TheMembranes

Twitter

@johnrobb77

@membranes1

SPEAR OF DESTINY

Spear of Destiny is a British alternative rock band, founded in 1983 by singer and songwriter Kirk Brandon (born 3 August 1956 in London) and bassist Stan Stammers (born 19 May 1961). It has had an ever-changing line-up through the years. Formed in 1983, the band's original line-up consisted of Kirk BrandonStan Stammers, Chris Bell and Lascelles James. In late 1983 this line-up was superseded by Dolphin Taylor on drums, Alan St Clair on guitar, John Lennard on sax and Neil Pyzer on keyboards and additional saxophone. In 1984 John Lennard was replaced by Mickey Donnelly on Saxophone. Spear of Destiny recorded one session for John Peel (recorded 22 November 1982, transmitted on BBC Radio 1 on 29 November 1982). "The band played a punk-influenced form of power rock, which often had an anthemic feel."

Their second album, One Eyed Jacks was released in 1984. It reached No. 22 in the UK Albums Chart Spear of Destiny’s reputation in the mid-1980s depended to a greater extent on their live performances.

In 1985, their album, World Service reached the UK Top 20. Founder member Stan Stammers left in 1986. In the wake of the release of the fourth album, Outland (1987) and its Top 15 hit "Never Take Me Alive", the band began achieving some chart success and staging sell-out concerts, including a support slot to U2 at Wembley Stadium. However, ill fortune struck on the eve of the band’s appearance at the Reading Festival, as Brandon contracted Reiter disease which obliged the band to put all their plans on hold for nearly a year.

Spear of Destiny have had 10 UK Singles Chart entries. Four reached the Top 50 but only one made the Top 20 - "Never Take Me Alive" (1987).

In addition to Brandon and Stammers, past members of the band in the 1980s included former Gillan drummer Pete Barnacle, former JoBoxers bassist Chris Bostock, former Adam and the Ants guitarist Marco Pirroni, and former Tom Robinson Band and Stiff Little Fingers drummer Dolphin Taylor.

Brandon is also a member of the supergroupDead Men Walking and Theatre Of Hate.

Official website

https://www.kirkbrandon.com

 Facebook

@kirkbrandonofficial

 Twitter

@kirkbrandon 

KING KURT

Psychobilly/Rock n Roll.

British tongue in cheek psychobilly. They formed in 1981 with Jef Harvey, replaced by The Smeg after "Zulu Beat" 7in single, and before the Stiff Records contract, on vocals; Paul (Thwack) Laventhol, and John Reddington on guitars; Rory Lyons on drums; Bert Boustead on bass guitar, plus schoolboy Alan "Maggot" Power on saxophone. Originally known as Rockin' Kurt & The Sour Krauts before settling for King Kurt.

They had a few minor hit singles that featured in the UK Singles and UK Indie Charts, such as "Zulu Beat", "Mack The Knife" and "Banana Banana", along with their Top Forty hit - "Destination Zululand ".

During 1988 the band effectively split, though between 1992 and 1996 the group featuring three of the original members were performing as a live act. John Reddington, on the other hand, is now a solicitor with the London office of Jones Day.

In the early 80s, King Kurt were known for their stage performance in which eggs and bags of flour were thrown around and buckets of wallpaper paste dumped into the audience.

Facebook

@kingkurtofficial

 

ANDY BLADE (EATER)

Eater were an early British punk rock band from North London who took their name from a Marc Bolan lyric.

In October 2001, the band’s second single, "Thinking of the USA" (originally released in June 1977), was included in Mojo magazine's list of the best punk rock singles of all time. In 1999, the track also appeared on the five-CD Universal Records box set 1-2-3-4 Punk & New Wave 1976-1979.

Their sound has been characterized as "run-of-the-mill dole queue punk rock" and "basic boy-ish punk rock".

The Secret Life of a Teenage Punk Rocker:The Andy Blade Chronicles
Brilliantly cutting, idiosyncratic punk autobiography from former child-star. With a foreword by Henry Rollins, a cover endorsement by Jonathan Ross, and great, previously unseen photos, this is arguably the very best inside account of Punk Rock in London 1976, '77, and far from being just the story of school-kid punk band Eater.  'The Sid and John Stories are worth the price of admission alone', says Henry, and if you want to know which member of the Clash had the biggest dick, then you'll find out from these hilariously, frank chronicles. Of all the books on punk, this is destined to be the peoples favourite, as it is the most intimate, personal, cutting and basically the most honest.  It's how one person saw it, felt it, and lived it. The fact he was a naieve 15 year old at the time helps immensely as the whirlwind journey of discovery is recalled with amazing clarity. He can spin a yarn too and he doesn't hold back on all the gory details. Being on the receiving end of a washing up liquid bottle full of piss being used a water pistol, by a Sex Pistol after being caught in bed with said Pistols girlfriend is a particular highlight. There's a lot more to this book though. It is about being an outsider as a child in the 70's, Blades parents divorce resulted in school-phobia and he withdrew into the fantasy world of pop music. His 'secret life' was as much about being a fan initially as it was being a performer, see the segment on how he stalked the Runaways, issuing fake bomb threats to the hotel they were staying in, hoping they would emerge, semi-clad or otherwise. You really get inside Blades head reading this intense, dramatic yet funny book and get to understand how shy school kid Ashruf Radwan transmogrified into teenage 'low-rent rock star'  Andy Blade, and, having burnt out before his 18th birthday descended into his 'drug hell' and made it through the other  side. Instead of chronological history, boring statistics, exact dates and details of recording sessions, socio-political theory or analysis you get stories of encounters with a bizarre cast of supporting characters; an armed and dangerous Spike Milligan, a surly Bob Dylan, a polite Lou Reed, a shambling Muhammad Ali, a self-righteous Cat Stevens, a confused Bay City Roller, a self-important Mickie Most and needless to say Rotten, Strummer, Scabies, Weller et al.  On top of that you get a true ghost story, sections on Islam (his brothers became converts), a cold turkey travelogue (Egypt & Israel where he went to get cleaned-up), and a guide to how transcendental meditation can help you win on the horses.

If I had to pick one thing about this book that will leave a lasting impact then its the fact that at last we discover the true significance and importance the blowjob in punk history. a fantastic read and a must-have for anyone interested in punk.

Facebook

@PeopleAreThickInGeneral

 THE MEMBERS

Formed in Surrey, England, in the summer of 1977, the Members were among the new wave of British bands jumping on the punk bandwagon. The band -- composed of Nicky Tesco (vocals), Jean-Marie Carroll (guitar), Gary Baker (guitar), Adrian Lillywhite (drums), and Chris Payne(bass) -- was among the first to successfully blend reggae rhythms with punk's attitude and aggression. Stiff Records saw some promise in the band and signed them early in 1978, releasing their first single, "Solitary Confinement." The success of the single led to their signing with Virgin Records in 1979. Their Virgin debut single, "Sound of the Suburbs," made it into the British Top 20 but subsequent singles failed to match its success. After replacing Bakerwith Nigel Bennett, they recorded their first LP, At the Chelsea Nightclub, which also made a brief appearance in the lower reaches of the U.K. charts. Around this time, the 2-Tone movement was stealing much of their limelight and their popularity began to fade. After one more album for Virgin in 1980, 1980 the Choice Is Yours, they were dropped by the label. After a brief layoff, they returned in 1982 with Uprhythm, Downbeat (released in 1983 in the U.K. as Going West), broadening their sound with horns and a more serious attitude. "Working Girl" from the album became a cult classic in the U.S. through MTV exposure, but mainstream acceptance eluded them on both sides of the Atlantic. The band called it quits the following year. Carroll became a film composer, noted for working with Julien Temple, and in 2008, an incarnation of the band toured around the world, including Glastonbury and the Isle of Wight Festival. The Members also returned to recording, with a lineup that included Carroll, Payne, Bennett, and drummer Nick Cash. Tesco, having bowed out due to health problems, was replaced by the Damned's Rat Scabies. The band recorded two albums, 2012's InGrrLand and 2016's One Law.

Facebook

@themembersofficial

Website

http://www.themembers.co.uk/

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