The entity that is now universally known and loved as “Lemonsmile” was conceived backstage at the prestigious 2003 Strathmore Secondary College Chamber Concert. It was founded upon the smouldering remains of the prestigious “Bavarian Flugelhorn Sextet” by its two surviving members, one James Edward Walker plus one Christopher Allan O’Neill, who were quick to divvy up the interesting roles in the band, Christopher taking vocals and rhythm guitar while James took lead guitar. They soon recruited the prestigiously talented Stephen Peter Hornby, most known for his prestigious talents in bass playing, before beginning the long and agonising effort of acquiring a drummer. After much ritualistic examining of chicken entrails, this effort culminated in the 2005 acquisition of Nicholas James Mclovsky, who added a final and utterly necessary touch to the band’s brooding, swaggering, post-post-punk sound. Since this acquisition, the Lemonsmilers have played a few gigs, been on the wireless, won some competitions, even recorded some songs. The world awaits their next steps with feverish anticipation and terror, and can only pray that it has nothing to do with goats. The boys are inordinately fond of goats, as well as pina coladas, and getting caught in the thunderous hail. Prestigious.

Edited by OhblahJessica on 7 Mar 2007, 07:17

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