Intimacy were a little known band that briefly ignited the early ’80s Birmingham scene. Formed in the summer of 1982 and named after a Jean-Paul Sartre short story, they were remarkable at the time as ‘that band that play with two acoustic guitarists’. When whacked through amps, it gave their live sound a rich, melodic power.
They recorded only one studio EP (Colour Me, Seasons of Pain, All That Glitters), and while most of their gigs were taped, they were… read more
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