You remember back when Grunge was a thing, and noisy guitars returned to the fore? Maybe you’re too young. Anyway, it happened but the curious thing was that not many bands emerged in Britain who could happily counter all the left-over dross from the Baggy scene, or before The Wave Of New Wave saw nosier bands creep into view.
One of the very few was ANNA, who left behind them four singles, including the wonderful ‘Icon’, and the mighty album “101-ism”.
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Sadly it didn’t work out for them and it appears none of them were musically active afterwards but they really were one of the best, and quite brilliant live.
Didn't one of the band forge a career in music publishing after they split? Perhaps I dreamed that. I don't know.
Either way, as you say, they were a cracking live band. It always felt as if they were another victim of being in the wrong time. They should've been bigger than they were... although ranting about Kings Reach Tower may have alienated a few folk who could've influenced that 🤔.
As always... thanks for the memories.