Andy is our singer, and nothing makes him happier than lots of drunk people coming onto the stage at the end of the gig to help him sing.
I Don't Feel Like Dancing
Fender Stratocaster and Telecaster guitars, Fender Hot Rod amp, Line 6 and Boss effects.
Lead Vocals, Guitar
Founding member of the band, David is constantly on the look-out for new songs to "zag-up". However, tired of his constant puns, the rest of the band intend to swap him for a curry pasty on our next trip to Four Marks.
Ring of Fire
Korg something and Roland amp.
Keyboards, Backing Vocals
Joined the band in 2009, mostly playing bass with some lead guitar. Matt enjoys tormenting the other band members with his endless spreadsheets, love of obscure art-rock and website re-designs
Summer of '69
Guitars; Fender Jazz Bass, Telecaster and Stratocaster guitars. Amp: Mark Bass III with Barefaced Compact cabinet. Effects: Line 6 POD HD500 for guitars; Keeley Bass Compressor Pro, Aguilar Octamizer.
Bass Guitar, Electric Guitars
Caroline is the one who is supposed to be musical. She enjoys changing the key of a song in rehearsals (and sometime’s live as well) forgetting to use a capo and denying responsibility for feedback
Beloved Simon Patrick Dreadnought (with sound hole pick up) Yamaha electric, every harmonica ever made, an amp, a lovely set of bongos, basic Boss pedals.
Harmonica, Guitars, Bongos, Backing Vocals
Dean joined the band in 2011, having been poached from local rivals The Newtrons. Happily, a peace treaty was negotiated later that year enabling the safe return of most of the hostages.