Formed in 1987, Ned’s Atomic Dustbin quickly built a huge fan base after playing lively shows in their hometown and following a national tour as support band with The Wonder Stuff, they achieved a Number 1 hit in the Indie Singles Chart in July 1990 with the mammoth track, ‘Kill Your Television’. Being their huge ‘crossover’ single, the song, the slogan, and the distinctive t-shirt stands as the deepest footprint the band have left to date. The Ned’s saw their first Sony single ‘Happy’ (1991) storm into the Top 20 of the UK charts and their seminal debut album, God Fodder, landed with a thud in the Top 5 as well as achieving enormous success in the States.
Simon Hinkler just recently released a solo 5 track EP called ‘Moving On’ and this is a rare chance to catch the Mission guitarist play his solo songs live.
Don’t miss, what is sure to be a great night at Bedford Esquires