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Family tree of Scottish musicians

Click on the picture above to see The Pop Cop’s family tree of Scottish musicians in all its glory. It’s handmade, goddamit, so excuse any wonky lines.

There were various titles I considered for this post, here are some of them:

What do you mean the Scottish music scene is incestuous?

It’s not what you play, it’s who you play for

If the Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon became the Six Degrees of Kenny Anderson…

In the end, I thought it best to keep it simple. Clearly, I have too much free time on my hands.

KEY:
1. The line “I might not want you back but I want to kill him” in Frightened Rabbit’s Good Arms vs Bad Arms is about Snow Patrol’s Paul Wilson
2. Frightened Rabbit’s Gordon Skene is a former member of Admiral Fallow
3. Frightened Rabbit’s Gordon Skene is a member of The Moth & The Mirror
4. Frightened Rabbit’s Scott Hutchison and Meursault’s Neil Pennycook played a joint set at Oxjam Edinburgh 2009, Frightened Rabbit have covered Meursault’s A Small Stretch Of Land
5. Three Blind Wolves’ Ross Clark has played with Frightened Rabbit
6. Zoey Van Goey’s Kim Moore has played with Frightened Rabbit
7. The Twilight Sad’s James Graham sang Be Less Rude with Frightened Rabbit at Connect Festival 2007
8. Frightened Rabbit’s Andy Monaghan is a member of Piano Bar Fight
9. Frightened Rabbit’s Scott Hutchison is a member of The Fruit Tree Foundation
10. Frightened Rabbit’s Scott Hutchison played on We Were Promised Jetpacks’ Keeping Warm at The Arches in Glasgow in 2008
11. Snow Patrol’s Gary Lightbody, Mark McClelland and Jonny Quinn are members of The Reindeer Section
12. Malcolm Middleton is a member of The Reindeer Section
13, Mogwai’s John Cummings is a member of The Reindeer Section
14. Aidan Moffat is a member of The Reindeer Section
15. Idlewild’s Roddy Woomble and Gareth Russell are members of The Reindeer Section
16. Belle & Sebastian’s Richard Colburn, Mick Cooke and Bobby Kildea are members of The Reindeer Section
17. Strike The Colours’ Jenny Reeve and Sarah Roberts are members of The Reindeer Section
18. Colin MacIntyre is a member of The Reindeer Section
19. Teenage Fanclub’s Norman Blake is a member of The Reindeer Section
20. The Vaselines’ Eugene Kelly is a member of The Reindeer Section
21. The Moth & The Mirror’s Stacey Sievwright is a member of The Reindeer Section
22. Mogwai’s Barry Burns and Stuart Braithwaite have played on Malcolm Middleton songs
23. Strike The Colours’ Jenny Reeve has played on Malcolm Middleton songs
24. Malcolm Middleton recorded a cover of King Creosote’s Marguerita Red, King Creosote recorded a cover of Malcolm Middleton’s Choir
25. Pictish Trail has played on Malcolm Middleton songs
26. Emma Pollock has played on Malcolm Middleton songs
27. Lord Cut-Glass’ Alun Woodward has played on Malcolm Middleton songs
28. Malcolm Middleton sang on Viva Stereo’s The Seaward
29. Belle & Sebastian’s Mick Cooke has played on Malcolm Middleton songs
30. Malcolm Middleton and Aidan Moffat are former members of Arab Strap
31. Idlewild’s Rod Jones is a member of The Fruit Tree Foundation
32. Emma Pollock is a member of The Fruit Tree Foundation
33. The Twilight Sad’s James Graham is a member of The Fruit Tree Foundation
34. Sparrow And The Workshop’s Jill O’Sullivan is a member of The Fruit Tree Foundation
35. Karine Polwart is a member of The Fruit Tree Foundation
36. Strike The Colours’ Jenny Reeve is a member of The Fruit Tree Foundation
37. Alasdair Roberts is a member of The Fruit Tree Foundation
38. James Yorkston is a member of The Fruit Tree Foundation
39. Belle & Sebastian’s Stuart Murdoch is a member of God Help The Girl
40. Isobel Campbell is a former member of Belle & Sebastian
41. Monica Queen sang on Belle & Sebastian’s Lazy Line Painter Jane
42. Belle & Sebastian’s Bob Kildea and Stevie Jackson have played with The Vaselines
43. Belle & Sebastian’s Bob Kildea and 1990s’ Michael McGaughrin and Dino Bardot are former members of V-Twin
44. Belle & Sebastian’s Stuart Murdoch used to date Camera Obscura’s Tracyanne Campbell
45. Belle & Sebastian’s Stuart Murdoch produced Zoey Van Goey’s single Foxtrot Vandals
46. Belle & Sebastian’s Richard Colburn is a member of Tired Pony
47. Snow Patrol’s Gary Lightbody is a member of Tired Pony
48. Monica Queen sang on Snow Patrol’s Set The Fire To The Third Bar at Glasgow’s Bellahouston Park in 2010
49. Endor’s David McGinty sang on Snow Patrol’s Shut Your Eyes
50. Strike The Colours’ Jenny Reeve sang on Snow Patrol’s Shut Your Eyes
51. The Vaselines’ Eugene Kelly sang on Snow Patrol’s Shut Your Eyes
52. Admiral Fallow covered ldewild’s Live In A Hiding Place at Loopallu 2010
53. Admiral Fallow’s Louis Abbott is a member of The Moth & The Mirror
54. Admiral Fallow’s Louis Abbott is a member of The Boy Who Trapped The Sun’s band
55. Admiral Fallow’s Louis Abbott is a member of Song Of Return
56. Maple Leaves’ Anna Miles is a member of God Help The Girl
57. Zoey Van Goey’s Kim Moore is a member of God Help The Girl
58. King Creosote is a member of Cold Seeds
59. King Creosote played on Viva Stereo’s Teenage Dreams
60. Kid Canaveral covered King Creosote’s Missionary on Radio Scotland session 2010
61. King Creosote is a member of The Burns Unit
62. Lone Pigeon is King Creosote’s brother
63. Pip Dylan is King Creosote’s brother
64. KT Tunstall is a former member of King Creosote’s band
65. King Creosote produced Withered Hand’s You’re Not Alone EP and has also covered Withered Hand’s No Cigarettes
66. King Creosote co-runs Fence Records with Pictish Trail
67. King Creosote collaborated with James Yorkston at Homegame 2009
68. King Creosote collaborated with Steve Mason at Homegame 2009
69. Emma Pollock is a member of The Burns Unit
70. Emma Pollock and Lord Cut-Glass are former members of The Delgados
71. Mogwai’s Stuart Braithwaite used to date Sons And Daughters’ Adele Bethel
72. Mogwai remixed Errors’ Supertribe, Errors remixed Mogwai’s Auto Rock
73. Mogwai remixed The Twilight Sad’s The Room
74. Aidan Moffat sang on Mogwai’s Now You’re Taken and R U Still In 2 It
75. Sons And Daughters’ David Gow is a member of Make Love
76. Sons And Daughters’ Scott Paterson is a member of She’s Hit
77. Idlewild’s Roddy Woomble is married to Sons And Daughters’ Ailidh Lennon
78. Belle & Sebastian’s Stuart Murdoch and Richard Colburn played on Snow Patrol’s (Polarbear) Starfighter Pilot EP
79. Roddy Hart keyboard player Geoff Martyn is a former member of Travis
80. Eddi Reader sang on Roddy Hart’s Bookmarks album
81. Roddy Hart is a former member of Trashcan Sinatras
82. Roddy Hart produced Tommy Reilly’s Hello! I’m Tommy Reilly album
83. Pearl And The Puppets bass player Scott Clark is a member of Roddy Hart’s band
84. Roddy Hart has co-written songs with Rachel Sermanni
85. Paolo Nutini bass player Michael McDaid and drummer Seamus Simon are former members of Roddy Hart’s band
86. Jon Fratelli bass player Lewis Gordon is a former member of Roddy Hart’s band
87. Karine Polwart sang with Roddy Hart at Homecoming Scotland Burns Supper 2009
88. Karine Polwart sang with Rachel Sermanni at Homecoming Scotland Burns Supper 2009
89. Rachel Sermanni sang on Tommy Reilly’s Make The Bed
90. Lou Hickey and Jon Fratelli are former members of Codeine Velvet Club
91. Paolo Nutini sang on The View’s Covers, The View covered Paolo Nutini’s Rewind on Radio 1’s Live Lounge in 2007
92. Paolo Nutini sang with Karine Polwart at BBC’s Hogmanay Live 2006
93. Dotjr has covered Paolo Nutini’s Autumn and Candy
94. The Boy Who Trapped The Sun performed with Dotjr at Sounds In the Grounds 2010
95. Kid Adrift remixed Pearl And The Puppets’ Because I Do
96. Ricky Ross co-wrote an unreleased song with KT Tunstall
97. Ricky Ross co-wrote a song with Pearl And The Puppets for their debut album
98. The View, The Law and Luva Anna formed Laviewall Nun for Dundee Concert For Haiti 2010
99. KT Tunstall sang on Travis’ Under The Moonlight
100. Idlewild’s Roddy Woomble co-wrote My Secret Is My Silence solo album with Karine Polwart
101. Former My Latest Novel violinist Laura McFarlane has played with The Twilight Sad
102. The Twilight Sad remixed Errors’ Bridge Or Cloud, Errors remixed The Twilight Sad’s Reflection Of The Television
103. My Latest Novel’s Chris Deveney sang on Viva Stereo’s Last Living Hope
104. Pictish Trail sang on Viva Stereo’s Come, See The View
105. Meursault’s Neil Pennycook and Pete Harvey are members of Cold Seeds
106. Karine Polwart is a member of The Burns Unit
107. Future Pilot AKA is a member of The Burns Unit
108. Pip Dylan used to date KT Tunstall
109. Lone Pigeon is a member of The Aliens
110. Pictish Trail collaborated with Steve Mason at Homegame 2009
111. Pictish Trail collaborated with James Yorkston at Homegame 2009
112. Steve Mason collaborated with James Yorkston at Homegame 2009
113. Teenage Fanclub’s Norman Blake has played with 1990s
114. 1990s’ Jackie McKeown and Franz Ferdinand’s Alex Kapranos and Paul Thomson are former members of The Yummy Fur
115. Franz Ferdinand’s Alex Kapranos and Nick McCarthy played on Edwyn Collins’ Losing Sleep album
116. Franz Ferdinand’s Nick McCarthy is a member of Box Codax
117. Errors’ drummer James Hamilton is a former member of Dananananaykroyd
118. Dananananaykroyd’s Paul Carlin is a member of American Men
119. Dananananaykroyd’s Paul Carlin is a member of Ghost Pants
120. Maple Leaves’ Julian Corrie is member of Miaoux Miaoux
121. Sorren Maclean is a member of Colin MacIntyre’s band
122. Sorren Maclean is a member of Kitty The Lion
123. We Were Promised Jetpack remixed Mitchell Museum’s Warning Bells
124. TV21’s Ally Palmer’s son is We Were Promised Jetpack’s Michael Palmer
125. The Unwinding Hours’ Craig B sings on Strike The Colours’ Cold Hands
126. The Unwinding Hours and RM Hubbert covered Sparklehorse’s Spirit Ditch
127. The Unwinding Hours’ Iain Cook remixed Biffy Clyro’s Machines
128. Biffy Clyro’s Simon Neil is a member of Marmaduke Duke
129. Sucioperro’s JP Reid is a member of Marmaduke Duke
130. Steve Mason and Lone Pigeon are former members of The Beta Band
131. Steve Mason produced Panda Su’s Sticks and Bricks EP
132. Endor’s David McGinty has played with Washington Irving
133. Washington Irving’s Chris McGarry and Kieran Heather are members of Let’s Talk About Trees
134. Washington Irving’s Chris McGarry is a member of The John Knox Sex Club
135. Piano Bar Fight’s Sean Cumming is a member of The John Knox Sex Club
136. Piano Bar Fight’s Sean Cumming is a member of Tannahill
137. Alasdair Roberts is a member of Tannahill
138. Wounded Knee is a member of Tannahill
139. The Second Hand Marching Band members Alistair Beith, Peter Liddle, Ross McCrae and Richard Harry Merchant are members of Tannahill
140. X-Lion Tamer covered Teenage Fanclub’s Star Sign on Radio Scotland session 2010
141. Dananananaykroyd’s Paul Carlin has played with The Second Hand Marching Band
142. The Second Hand Marching Band covered Beerjacket’s The Blues at Glasgow’s Oran Mor in 2009
143. Eagleowl’s Bart Owl has played with The Second Hand Marching Band
144. Jonnie Common has played with Panda Su
145. Jonnie Common is a member of Inspector Tapehead
146. Jonnie Common remixed FOUND’s Alsation Gull Scene
147. Beerjacket has played with Roddy Hart
148. Texas’ Neil Payne is a member of The Reindeer Section
149. Texas’ Neil Payne is a member of Strike The Colours
150. Idlewild’s Gareth Russell is a member of Strike The Colours
151. Zoey Van Goey’s Michael John McCarthy has played with Lord Cut-Glass
152. Zoey Van Goey’s Michael John McCarthy has played with Aidan Moffat
153. Aidan Moffat has played with Lord Cut-Glass
154. Piano Bar Fight’s Pete Kelly is a member of Song Of Return
155. Eagleowl’s Bart Owl sings on Meursault’s William Henry Miller Pt.2
156. Withered Hand sings on Meursault’s William Henry Miller Pt.1, Meursault’s Neil Pennycook and Chris Bryant have played with Withered Hand
157. Eagleowl covered Withered Hand’s I Am Nothing on Radio Scotland session 2010, Eagleowl’s Bart Owl has played with Withered Hand
158. Broken Records’ Rory Sutherland plays on Withered Hand’s It’s A Wonderful Lie
159. Sparrow And The Workshop’s Jill O’Sullivan sings on Broken Records’ Dia Dos Namorados
160. The Douglas Firs’ David Fothergill is a former member of Broken Records
161. Jesus H Foxx’s Neil Insh is a member of The Douglas Firs
162. Saint Jude’s Infirmary’s Emma Jane is a member of The Douglas Firs
163. Saint Jude’s Infirmary’s Alun Thomas has played with Withered Hand
164. Rob St John is a member of Eagleowl
165. Enfant Bastard’s Cammy Watt co-wrote Meursault’s Red Candle Bulb
166. Meursault’s Chris Bryant is a member of Brothers Grimm
167. Meursault’s Phil Quirie is a member of Debutant
168. Meursault’s Pete Harvey is a member of Paul Vickers & The Leg
169. Saint Jude’s Infirmary’s Alun Thomas is a member of Paul Vickers & The Leg
170. Meursault’s Pete Harvey has played with Jesus H Foxx
171. Enfant Bastard has covered Withered Hand’s Song For The Maudlin

Malcolm Middleton – Marguerita Red (King Creosote cover)

Mitchell Museum – Warning Bells (We Were Promised Jetpacks Remix)

37 Responses to “Family tree of Scottish musicians”

  1. David Says:

    November 2nd, 2010 at 08:59

    You are an impressive man!


  2. Lucy Says:

    November 2nd, 2010 at 09:31

    there’s a lot missing but it’s a bleedin good start – i love this!


  3. Anonymous Says:

    November 2nd, 2010 at 10:05

    Self indulgent nonsense as usual.


  4. Fife Says:

    November 2nd, 2010 at 10:06

    Eh.. hello, I’m Fife… Did you forget about all my good bands…?


  5. Anonymous Says:

    November 2nd, 2010 at 10:18

    Dear Fife,

    Unfortunately I can not include any of your bands because…

    A) They are not from Glasgow
    B) They are not from Edinburgh
    C) They probably didn’t study English Lit at University
    D) They don’t have shite haircuts and sing a whiney west coast accent
    E) They are good.

    Kind regards,

    Pop Cop.


  6. anonymouse Says:

    November 2nd, 2010 at 10:35

    what HAVE you started? This is v good. A few gripes but its a great start. Is it sad to find this kind of thing fascinating?


  7. The Pop Cop Says:

    November 2nd, 2010 at 10:44

    Obviously that “Dear Fife” comment wasn’t from me. But I like your cheeky wit, Anonymous, the job’s yours.


  8. Anonymous Says:

    November 2nd, 2010 at 15:14

    i am at a loss to see the point


  9. P Says:

    November 2nd, 2010 at 15:43

    Anonymous posters are brilliant, aren’t they?

    You know that when they’re not on the internet, they’re hanging about on their own at bus-stops with stains on their clothes and biting their dirty fingernails like they’re eating in an Egon Ronay restaurant.
    When they were at school, their mums were the ones who the teacher would see at parents night then wash their hands.
    They like writing replies to toilet graffiti.

    They’re well cool.


  10. JaneinMA Says:

    November 2nd, 2010 at 18:57

    no Make Model, I thought Gordy from Frightened Rabbit was in Make Model.


  11. Anonymous Says:

    November 2nd, 2010 at 19:03

    Chill out P! Just having a laugh mate! I actually read this blog all the time. Sometimes I disagree with what is written but who cares? It’s only a little comment that a handful will see. I would like to see the Popcop cast his ears further afield to Falkirk, Stirling, Dundee and Fife. That’s all.


  12. Peej Says:

    November 2nd, 2010 at 19:20

    Brilliant


  13. Pot, Kettle, Black Says:

    November 2nd, 2010 at 19:26

    Hi P,

    You do realise by not supplying a website or some means for others to identify you, you are also an anonymous poster. Best clean your fingernails sharpish.

    Love the family tree PopCop


  14. Anonymous Says:

    November 2nd, 2010 at 20:55

    since when was laura not in my latest novel???

    how do you know the line in good arms is about the boy from sp?


  15. P Says:

    November 2nd, 2010 at 21:55

    P is my whole name. My family are really economic with letters.


  16. Gordon Says:

    November 2nd, 2010 at 23:23

    Yes, draw some lines between The Boy Who Trapped The Sun and The Moth & The Mirror please, one was birthed from the other. Also connect to Tommy Reilly. (I’m not sure on your system)


  17. CatHybrid Says:

    November 3rd, 2010 at 00:00

    This is the mind of a fucking psychopath. Why??


  18. The Pop Cop Says:

    November 3rd, 2010 at 01:50

    RE JaneinMA – I decided not to include any defunct bands hence no Make Model.

    RE Anonymous at 19:03: I’m very much aware this blog can seem a bit Central Belt-centric but I’ve got plans to cast my net a bit wider in future…

    RE Anonymous at 20:55: (Come on, people, just make up a name if you want to post anonymously!): Laura left MLN in March 2010 according to the band’s Facebook page. And you’ll just have to take my word aboout the FR lyric.

    RE Gordon: Thanks for pointing those out, but after spending more time than you can imagine putting this together the physical Family Tree went straight in the bin as soon as I photographed it and stuck it up here so the version you can see will stay as it is. There will be plenty more links I missed (Admiral Fallow should be linked to Kitty The Lion via Joe Rattray, for example) but I can live with it.

    RE CatHybrid: Why indeed.


  19. Matthew Says:

    November 3rd, 2010 at 09:44

    Some fairly snippy griping for what is basically just a harmless bit of fun.

    Nice work, although Christ knows how you managed it. Have you seen those Maps of the Whole Internet neural network things? If you expand it to include all of, say, Scotland, to pick an arbitrary border, then you’d probably end up with one of those.


  20. The Pop Cop Says:

    November 3rd, 2010 at 10:09

    Hey Matthew, I’m used to the abuse I get on my own blog these days! Haven’t come across that but sounds interesting. Thanks for your lending your expertise in putting this together, otherwise folk might not have realised just how incestuous Edinburgh’s music scene is ;o)


  21. cc981 Says:

    November 3rd, 2010 at 10:42

    sorry i posted anon earlier. its odd because i saw them live in may and she was playing. the fb page looks like its lifted from wiki. a real shame if she’s gone


  22. Fiona Says:

    November 3rd, 2010 at 12:32

    This is amazing. I’ve often considered doing something like this myself. There’s a ton I could add to it too.


  23. John D. Says:

    November 3rd, 2010 at 14:01

    This is the sort of fun and ultimately totally pointless local music project that Illman (ex-manager of the Plimptons; Jockrock resident and perhaps most famously creator of Glasgow Indie Eye Spy) used to embark upon. Should we be fearing for your mental health?

    D.


  24. ibenji Says:

    November 3rd, 2010 at 14:27

    Gordon Skene has played bass for Tommy Reilly. You could connect Julia and The Doogans with Pearl and the puppets as they have also shared a bassist or a keyboard player.

    Great job, its made me look into some collaborations that i hadnt heard of previously


  25. ibenji Says:

    November 3rd, 2010 at 14:31

    just to point out, if it comes across as having a go at bits missed. I am onlyt trying to help in your quest to find widen the net! cheers


  26. The Pop Cop Says:

    November 3rd, 2010 at 15:10

    Bring on the missing links – more the merrier… this is the only place they’ll end up!


  27. Mr Forest Says:

    November 3rd, 2010 at 15:32

    Fun to read but some glaring omissions even from a Central Belt perspective. What about Paul Savage who produced and engineered most of the albums named above? The whole Predestination Records and Rock Action scene is entirely absent along with folks such as Wise Blood (founder Adam Stafford has made videos for Twilight Sad and released records and collaborated on record with Zoe Van Goey) and Winning Sperm Party and Cry Parrot who are basically the underground rock scene in Glasgow supporting bands such as Moon Unit (who recently supported Mogwai), Orzel (former Twilight Sad) among others…


  28. Tammy Says:

    November 7th, 2010 at 11:03

    I agree w/ Mr Forest – have fixed one of those glaring omissions on this family tree… http://cantblogmyheart.files.wordpress.com/2010/11/family-tree-of-scottish-musicians.jpg?w=900


  29. Tammy Says:

    November 7th, 2010 at 11:05

    whoops…try this http://cantblogmyheart.files.wordpress.com/2010/11/family-tree-of-scottish-musicians.jpg


  30. Wull Says:

    November 8th, 2010 at 14:59

    You could also link louie abbot to fox gang?
    did you mention remember remember being a member of shmb?
    pictish trail is a member of silver colums,

    adem is a member of silver colums who produced jo mango’s record?

    jim mango is a membe of jo mangos band

    jim mango is also in el dog

    calum scott is also in jo mango

    calum scott is also in el dog

    Ross Clark has sung onstage with Over The Wall

    Ben form Over The Wall played on Zoobizaretta’s album

    silver colums and maclolm middleton played together at the jack daniels sessions

    blair from pearl and the puppets has also played with julia and the doogans

    jennifer from julia and the doogans also plays with the seventeenth century

    esperi has performed with rm hubbert

    chris form esperi is also a member of panda su

    chris from esperi is also a member of the gothenburg address

    luke form i build collapsible mountains is a former member of the gothenburg adress

    brain melts


  31. The Pop Cop Says:

    November 8th, 2010 at 15:15

    Wow, good work Wull


  32. botfanRob Says:

    November 9th, 2010 at 10:54

    James McColl was singer in The Supernaturals
    James McColl formed The Hussy’s
    Steph Mcgourty played bass in The Hussy’s and also the Starlets
    Gordon McNeil played drums for Hussy’s, The Dykeenies,some studio stuff for Paolo Nutini and Maeve O’Boyle. Then he played with GUN and now GoGoBot.
    Maeve O’Boyle co writes with Ricky Ross, John Mclaughlan, Gordy Goudie
    Dante Gizzi bassist in GUN is singer also in El Presidente.
    Dante and Giuliano Gizzi write songs with Sharleen Spiteri, who sings in Texas.
    The Gizzi brothers also wrote for Kassidy on their record.
    Rosie McClune plays in GoGoBot, and used to be in The Hedrons and The Hussy’s.
    The Hedrons were fronted by Tippi who were managed by Dougie Souness who also manages The Law,Wet Wet Wet, Hugh and Cry and now GoGoBot.


  33. Anonymous Says:

    November 12th, 2010 at 12:00

    Wow, apart from a Twilight Sad song and Teenage Fanclub before they became formulaic, I don’t like ANY of these bands. :(


  34. Schlong, By Toad Says:

    November 14th, 2010 at 00:33

    Fabulous post old bean, just a couple of small oversights. Firstly, you forgot that when Paul McCartney had that dream which led to him writing the song “Yesterday”, the dream was actually about Neil Pennycook (of “Meursault”). Secondly, this entire exercise is an utter waste of a lot of people’s precious time.


  35. Anonymous Says:

    November 16th, 2010 at 18:22

    another one; adele from sons and daughters is Iain from the whiskey works sister


  36. Scott Says:

    November 22nd, 2010 at 19:00

    This is pretty immense, here’s a few that should be mentioned regarding Edinburgh:

    Neil Pennycook and Chris Bryant of Meursault, Dan of Withered Hand and Cammy of Enfant Bastard were all in a band called The Love Gestures together.

    Following The Love Gestures split, their cellist Flora McKay went on to play in The Last Battle.

    Neil Pennycook sang on The Last Battle’s album ‘Heart Of The Land Soul Of The Sea’.


  37. Scott Says:

    November 22nd, 2010 at 19:01

    Oh and The Last Battle are on the same label as x lion tamer.


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