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Screaming Banshee Aircrew

Screaming Banshee Aircrew

Screaming Banshee Aircrew


A minimal post-punk/TrashVogue UK band featuring MisteR Ed, Chris Banshee, Jo Violet and Neal Unreal. Formed in 2001, SBA began as a four-piece Alternative/Deathrock/Post-Punk band based in York, England. Their initial sound varied from tongue in cheek humour and rockabilly to sombre ballads and dancefloor stompers, influences include bands such as The March Violets, The Horatii, The Cramps, The Cure, Bauhaus, Bowie and New Model Army. Albums during this period include "No Camping" (unsigned) Read more on Last.fm
A minimal post-punk/TrashVogue UK band featuring MisteR Ed, Chris Banshee, Jo Violet and Neal Unreal. Formed in 2001, SBA began as a four-piece Alternative/Deathrock/Post-Punk band based in York, England. Their initial sound varied from tongue in cheek humour and rockabilly to sombre ballads and dancefloor stompers, influences include bands such as The March Violets, The Horatii, The Cramps, The Cure, Bauhaus, Bowie and New Model Army. Albums during this period include "No Camping" (unsigned), "Titanic Verses" (unsigned) and "Fishnet Messiah" (Resurrection Records). In 2007 the band briefly increased their lineup to a 6 piece and added violin to their sounds. This lineup was to record the album, "When All Is Said And Done" (Resurrection Records). Noteably, SBA also supported the newly reunited March Violets in their homecoming show this year. 2009 saw the band reduce back to a 4 piece and switch focus towards a darker minimal, post-punk sound with tribal drumming and increased use of violin.

Their latest album, "Sugar", was also released on the Resurrection Records label. Despite several lineup changes, SBA largely retained its original core members. The final lineup consisted of: MisteR Ed, Chris Banshee, Jo Violet and Neal Unreal. SBA finally broke up in July 2010 with a set of performances at Chamber in London and the DV8 Festival in York. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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