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RIP Frank Lovece
The group breeze through a synchronised musical protest against everything from the monotony of daily life to The Liberal Party, which resonates well with the event’s own protest against boring music.
"When we were around in the ‘70s no one understood us, it all just sounded like horrible noise."
They laugh harder the more painful it gets. And this is their first proper album? The end is nigh.
“We used to run a venue at that pub. It was called the Bum Club. We’d charge a buck to get in. In those days you had to provide food, so we’d make a chilli and four or five bands would play. We also had films and strippers.”