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Formed in 2001 as Then Came Bronson, Bridgend’s Miss Conduct were inspired to start a punk rock band “with no rules or boundaries after years of playing in covers bands”.

The quintet started on a long process of recording a series of demos, with an EP recorded in Fishguard in late 2001. Another demo EP followed in 2002 and then the Wanna Be Never Be EP was recorded with Jeff and Ginge at Nottin’ Pill Studio in Newport.

A single was recorded and released on Hardflipp Records in 2003, assisting their process of attracting gigs and fans. But they suffered a setback when original vocalist and bassist Chris left.

He was replaced in 2006 by singer Kim Waterson and new bassist Dai. “We just want to make a living from our music,” says Kim.

“Yes, we want a record deal and all that comes with it, but if not we’ll just keep making and playing our style of punk rock. Well, it beats getting a real job.”

In late 2006, that desire came to fruition with a deal from Visible Noise, the label responsible for the success of both Lostprophets and Bullet For My Valentine.

Their debut mini-album, Sinner Vs Sinned, was released in March 2007.

In September that year, Waterson announced her departure from the band, saying, “It’s only recently that I’ve had to reassess my life, what I want personally and what I can physically do all at once.”

In October 2007 the band employed the services of Hereford singer Emma Jane to replace Kim. Demos and rehearsals were under way by November 2007.


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