Tuesday, 23 February 2010


If every there were signs that we should'nt play last saturday they came thick and fast between are last rehearsal and the day of the gig. On my way to the last practice i got a text from kieron saying he'd be late, bailiff's from the council had been trying to get into his house, not good! I carried onto the practice room with my new set of keys thinking how nice it was i could finally let myself into the practice room...when i got there the door wouldn't open - the lock had broke and turned itself so that no key could fit! Bruce and joel managed to fix the door after about 20 minutes and practice could begin. it was a decent last practice and we were all looking forward to the gig. On friday Coline decided to go and get her bass fixed for saturday - unfortunatley before she got to the guitar shop she was hit by a car and spent the rest of the afternoon in hospital having her head stitched...

...Anyway, we played the gig and it went well.


Losing My Mind
Don't Wait For Me
Going To Hell
I Don't Want To Start Again
To Be Your Man
I Don't Need Revenge
Someone You Knew

Thursday, 18 February 2010

Recording 2010

The recording of the second album will begin soon. The plan is to record most of it at the Library in Leeds this april. The Tracklist is:

2nd Album

1. To Be Your Man
2. Losing My Mind
3. Be Mine
4. I Don't Need Revenge
5. Judas
6. I Don't Want To Start Again
7. Cold Love
8. Going To Hell
9. Restless Heart
10. Someone You Knew
11. Tired of Being In Control

Gig at The Redhouse, Sheffield 20th Feb 2010

We play are first gig at The Redhouse in Sheffield this saturday. The line up is below.

Eyes On Paradise
The Jesus Loves Heroin Band
Kieron Wright

Goodbye Duncan, Welcome Coline

Last month ended with the band searching for a new bass player. Duncan left the band in january after 3 months of fun. We had a great time with Duncan and his leaving came a little out of the blue but we soldiered on for a few weeks as a 4 piece. A couple of months before Duncan left we met Coline at a Hipshakes gig at The Harley. Bruce and i hung out with her that night and she seemed able to take alot of abuse and dish it out too, she told us about how she'd played bass in a couple of french garage bands and we all got on well. The was the only time we'd met but the fact she mentioned that she was a bass player ment that she was no.1 on the list to play bass for us. After a couple of rehearsals she is now part of the band.