Paul Haig

Born 1960.
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Paul Haig (born 1960) is a Scottish indie composer, musician and singer. He was originally a member of 1980s post-punk band Josef K who were signed to the Postcard record label. Other bands with Postcard at the same time were Orange Juice, Aztec Camera and the Go-Betweens.

Josef K recorded five singles and an album (The Only Fun in Town) with Haig on lead vocals, before splitting after touring in July and August 1981; their final Scottish date was in Glasgow. The exact reasons behind the split remain obscure, but Haig said in an interview by Johnny Waller in Sounds a year after the split:

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  1. Review of Relive

    Relive 2009

    Reviewed by Paul Lester
    Pioneering Scottish indie-funkster issues third album in two years.