Combining musical template of THE HUMAN LEAGUE with lyrical wit of PULP, YOUNGER YOUNGER 28s were the shining light in synthpop during an era full of dour landfill indie like TRAVIS following the fallout from Britpop.
17 years on, The Electricity Club managed to trace Ashley Reaks somewhere in the city of London; he kindly chatted about the period when he “was nearly a crap pop star...” Continue Reading ›
In an era full of dour landfill indie in the fallout from Britpop, YOUNGER YOUNGER 28s were the shining light in synthpop.
They were a marvellous cross between two of Sheffield greatest bands, combining the catchy avant pop of THE HUMAN LEAGUE with the observational lyrical wit of PULP. Their only album ‘Soap’ was a cutting tongue-in-cheek satire on class aspirations and dreams. 'Soap' does what it says on the tin... it's effectively a satirical musical version of Coronation Street! Continue Reading ›