Art pop guitars and violent Merseybeat perfect for people who don’t believe in star signs.
Michael S. Cable – Vocals/ Guitar
Jack Patterson – Guitar
Oliver Howland – Bass
Lewis Livingstone – Drums
All hailing from York & Leeds. Current line-up started performing in 2019.
The band’s story in their own words is “Big open field, 2017 – a mutual friend passing out – York pubs, a shared taste for primitive art rock bands, Guinness, and vintage sunglasses”
Photo: Louis Samuel Cooper
Q & A.
FOR THOSE THAT HAVEN’T HEARD OF YOU BEFORE, DESCRIBE YOUR SOUND IN ONE SENTENCE.
I’m feeling supersonic, give me gin and tonic.
60s girl groups, Wire, T.Rex and early Motown.
SHARE WITH US AN INTERESTING ANECDOTE ABOUT ONE OF YOUR SONGS.
There’s a song that will be out soon about a dream i had in the middle of a lockdown binge where i floated through my childhood town and everything had been turned into expensive cafes and bars. even my primary school was a neon clad cocktail bar. The dream ended with me passing out in an underpass full of people working out.
YOU ARE SENT TO MARS, NO CHECK-IN BAGGAGE, AND YOU CAN TAKE ONE RECORD – WHICH ONE?
The Boppers – A compilation of Doo-Wop hits from the 50s and 60s
YOUR FAVOURITE MUSIC VENUE IN THE U.K.?
The Crescent, York
WE ARE PROUDLY SUBCULTURE-INSPIRED. HOW ABOUT YOU?
Absolutely – Mod Culture and the Beat Generation reign heavy in our approach.