Salad is back on the menu

 The girl-fronted Indie band who toured with the likes of BLUR in 1993 are back with a vengeance. 20 years on, the band still have a strong fan base, the Mancunian branch of which will be very excited to hear they will be on Manchester April 2017

By Manchester's Finest | 23 November 2017

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Formed in London, this alternative-rock band is made up from Dutch vocalist/keyboardist Marijne van der Vlugt, bassist Pete Brown, drummer Rob Wakeman (ex-Colenso Parade), and guitarist Paul Kennedy.

Their work back in the 1990’s was extremely well received. Early singles reached the top 75 of the UK Singles Chart, with “Motorbike to Heaven” just missing out on a top 40 placing. Salad’s debut album, Drink Me (1995), reached No. 16 on the UK Albums Chart. The next three singles were all minor chart hits, but second album Ice Cream (1997) failed to match the success of the first. The band were dropped by Island Records and ultimately disbanded in 1998.

But they are back and are better than ever. We cannot wait to see them in April.

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