(c’91-93) – Ben Martyn (guitar/vocals), Dominic Coles (drums), Ray Goodsall (guitar), Wayne Arnold (bass).

This Bagshot based band played 100% original guitar indie, that showed influence from The Stone Roses, Happy Mondays and The Charletons. Coles had just departed Sugar Mountain, but by March ’91 was with the band appearing at The Old Trout, Windsor, returning on 17 April with The Ha Ha Men and Big Wednesday.

17 April 1991. Picture courtesy of Nathan Argonaut

A couple of months later, across the 12 to 15 June ’91 the West End Centre, Aldershot hosted 18 bands for the first rounds of the Buzz Club’s MidSummer Madness Local Indie/Rock Band Competition. The first night saw Hung Inverted, Big Wednesday, My Blue Heaven, Not Just a Pretty Face, and Something Religious battle it out. Emile Martyn (keyboards) joined in late ’91 / early ’92. Then sometime in ’92 Emilie Martyn pick up the bass from Arnold, Drew ‘Chalkey’ Sayer took over his keyboard duties, Simon Pulling (drums) replaced Coles, and James Collins (guitar) did the same with Goodsall.