Formed by members of Stoke prog-rock group Grace. White Door created sensitive, well-written, New Wave music. Their last single “Flame in My Heart” (1985) was more guitar-driven and took its instrumental riff from Frankie Goes to Hollywood’s “Two Tribes / One February Morning” who were recording at the time. White Door’s producer, Andy Richards, went on to work with many top acts, including Frankie Goes to Hollywood. Sue Quin provided backing vocals. Their album and 3 of their singles contained original artwork by Paul Warrillow.Band members are Mac Austin (vocals), Harry Davies (synthesiser, flute) and John Davies (synthesiser).
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