Eat Hear are really pleased to introduce Spang Sisters a band who have been firmly on the menu for our Spotify playlists this April…
About Spang Sisters
Rumour has it that Spang Sisters begun life some 250 million years ago as a shapeless gaseous entity, consisting for the most part of vapour mass. Over time, it expanded into a fabulous five-piece band, creating buttery cloud pop delights that sparkle with the lustre of a thousand shiny medallions. They’re now known for a sordid, raucous, sweaty live show; swapping instruments and exercising homoeroticism on stage. It often culminates in a half-naked drummer springing forth and taking the lead in a sermonic trance.
Albert Haddenham (drums and vocals); Ali Horler (synth and vocals); Frank Lindsay (bass); Jules Gibbons (guitar and lead vocals); and Rachid Fakhre (guitar and vocals)
So, tell us a little about yourself?
Ali: My name’s Ali, I’m a real go-getter, people person, person pleaser… I just love the world and everyone in it.
Jules: I’m Jules and I’m really hungry.
Frank: I’m Frank.
Rachid: I’m Rachid and I’m a worthless sack of shit.
Albert: I’m the best one, I’m Albert.
What’s your cuisine of choice?
Ali: Probably my mumma’s home-made basil pesto made from home-grown pesto that my dad grows himself on our land.
Jules: Italian. I love Italian flavours, they’re so bold and simple like, you know, it’s great.
Frank: I’m flittering between Chinese or Vietnamese. I also love a great Lebanese grill, Turkish grill. I like all foods really…
Rachid: Char Siu Bao!
Albert: Just sandwiches.
Anything you don’t mess with?
Ali: What food-wise? I’m not a big fan of raisins in savoury food. Just don’t get the vibe… and I’m a little bit of a bitch with spice but, you know, I’ll take what comes.
Jules: No, no, I’ll eat it. Whatever it is, I’ll eat it.
Frank: I don’t like stinky fish. Smelly fish. The smell of the sea on food – get me away.
Rachid: I don’t like baked beans.
Frank: Me too!
Albert: Turkish delight, can’t do Turkish delight.