who in the band?
Jim Hanington is on guitar and vocals, Ricky Drew
is on bass guitar and our drummer is Martyn Campbell.
how did the name originate?
It was during a drunken Fosters fuelled debate at Martyn's house.
records would we find if we trawled through your collection?
Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, Rival Schools, Hundred Reasons, Muse, Radiohead,
Fun Lovin' Criminals - to name but a few.
at the Cavern in Exeter
would you describe your live stage appearances?
Lively to say the least. We're always happy to play live and make
fools of ourselves - falling off stage, running into walls and throwing
our instruments around.
manic. What's been your best gig?
Definitely when we played the Cavern Club in Exeter and won the
Singles Club Battle of the Bands final.
We played well, the crowd were great and it was an honour to win
If you could
have any three people from fact or fiction - dead or alive - to
a dinner party, who would you invite?
George Bush, Lee Evans and The Milky Bar Kid: George Bush so that
Lee Evans could take the mickey out of him - and the Milky Bar kid
just for fun.
drummer Martyn Campbell
the track you've decided to demo?
It's called SECRET and it's all in the words
- it's also the track that won us the competition at Battle of the
Bands so we're quite proud of it.
Complete the sentence "If we become famous..."
People would know that we existed and we'd feel proud to have done
something with our talent.