The band were formed in 1998 at Tower Records in London and recorded 76 albums since then which has made them according to Guinness World Records the most prolific band of all time.
They were briefly discovered by the late John Peel before he tragically died a few months after championing the band. They have also had rave reviews from the likes of Tom Robinson and Steve Lamacq from BBC 6 music.
Since 2015 they have been campaigning for fairer royalties from music streaming and have released a series of 30 second song albums to highlight the issue. Spotify and co pay out a royalty after 30 seconds and as it's so small why write longer songs? This campaign culminated in the 1000X30 Nobody Makes Money Anymore album which was one thousand songs each 30 seconds long and gained them media attention worldwide.
The band are releasing one more album with just one copy available for £1 million!
They are also making another film called - Inspired The 30 Second Song Movie about their 30 second song albums and the economics of music streaming.
The band are Noel Storey (keys) and Mark Christopher Lee Vocals and Guitar (both founding members) ex Searchers drummer Scott Ottaway and Simon Herries on Bass.