The band have recently
confirmed gigs with Longcut, supported Nine Black Alps, Miss
Black America, Giant Drag and played industry events such
as In The City, SxSW, and played a session for John Kennedy.
So with all that would they agree that things have finally
taken off for them? It’s a question that has the girls
"When you look back on it we've had a hectic sort of
three months," begins drummer Ashley, the sole male member
of the band. "Where the band has started to move,"
he continues before laughing slightly, "in the right
"I was saying the other day to someone," says synth-meister
Melissa. "Because we’re so busy with it all the
time it doesn’t actually feel as if anything is any
different but when you read stuff out like that you think,
'Oh actually, yeah'."
The band have now being going on three years, so now do they
think that maybe there was a turning point that has brought
on these better things?
"Things really started happening for us when we met the
label last March," admits Melissa. "Before that
we were gigging around and stuff and putting singles out by
"We're more focussed with being 'the band'," adds
Ashley. "We've turned it round from being a sort of hobby
to more of a 'lets concentrate and really go for it'."
The band recently released a double A single 'Hip Shake' and
'Hot Metal' on Marquis Cha Cha.
"The recording for that was really chilled," begins
Becky. "Our sound engineer does our production work as
well. So we just went to the rehearsal place where we practised
and we just did it well." >>