(c’90 -92) – Rob Selway (bass), Paul Munford (guitar), Rupert Hollis (drums) & Steve Kerr (guitar/vocals).

Big Belief at the Three Lions (Scratchers) in the early 90’s. Picture courtesy of Paul Dreczko

The band built up quite a following in the Guildford area and were said to be one of the top nine unsigned bands in ’91, along with Yellow Darkness. Managed by Martin Holmes, they gigged throughout Surrey and Sussex and up into London,. They were included in the line-up for Showcase ’90 and were a regular feature of the University of Surrey Rag Week bash.

Big Belief also released the double A-sided 12″, titled “Massive E.P.” on Stratford, East London based UK hardcore dance label, Blockhouse [bH07] carrying “Nothing At All” and “Jonathan” on the A-side and “Nothing At All (Dance Version)” and “Paddington Pat” on the AA-side in ’92. Blockhouse label boss Jezz Wright, along with Big Belief, was lusted as producer.

Selway had been in Blank Expression prior to Big Belief. Hollis is now a driving instructor.