Formed in 1986 with the idea of spreading a Christian and political message, working towards a post-apartheid society.
It was a musical concept involving many people including songwriters Nick Paton and Steve McEwan. The core band was Malcolm du Plessis (vocals. Producer), JB Arthur (vocals, guitar, keyboards, producer), Dany Bridgens (guitar), Victor Sibusiso Masondo (bass) and Lloyd Martin (drums).
Released the albums We See A New Africa (1986), Another Friend In Another City (1988) and Dumisani Ma-Afrika (1993) and the single “Jabulani Afrika” in 1987.
Formed in Cape Town in 1979. The line-up of the band for their 1981 album, Comic Strip Heroes was Simon Cotton (vocals), Robin Lancaster (rhythm guitar, vocals), Garth Hichens (lead guitar), Simon Walker (lead guitar), Howard Butcher (bass guitar), Harry Lancaster (drums).
The band also featured Robin Auld (guitar), Brian Davidson (Vocals), Cheryl Gunning (Keyboards), Lloyd Martin (drims), and Charl Vorster (percussion), at various points.
Although not releasing any new music for the next two decades the band continued to perform from time to time. After a long layoff the group reconvened to record the Eden Sessions EP in 2006, with Robin Lancaster, Howard Butcher, Harry Lancaster, Garth Hichens with Gary Munroe (sax and flute) and Brett Lancaster (keyboard, vocals) joining.