Short-lived ensemble headed by Luc de Vos of Gorki, who dropped his usual Dutch-spoken songs and started singing in English. The band’s name was taken from a song by The Sheila Divine, of whom de Vos was a great admirer.

Together with Axl Peleman (Ashbury Faith, Camden, Angelico), Reinert d’Haene (Ashbury Faith, Yum) and Matthias Van der Hallen (Ashbury Faith) de Vos released an EP in early 2001 and a full album (“Party People”) later that same year.
A live tour was held, and after that de Vos returned working back on his main band.

Edited by Cirka1 on 19 Jun 2008, 12:50

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