Origin: Toronto, Ontario
The band originally consisted of Andrew Cash, Charlie Angus and Peter Duffin. That lineup released two EPs, Innocent Hands in 1982 and Running Out of Funtown in 1984. Subsequently, Angus left the band to form Grievous Angels with drummer Duffin, and was replaced by Bruce PM and Tim Vesely for the band's final EP, Sticks and Stones in 1986.
Following the band's breakup, Cash began performing as a solo artist. His first solo release was a reissue of Sticks and Stones. Later he went on to record for Island Records and to become a freelance journalist.
Andrew Cash has been nominated to be the New Democratic Party candidate for Federal Member of Parliament for the Toronto riding of Davenport. If he is elected he will be a caucus colleague of his former band mate, Charlie Angus. This would be the first time in Canadian history that two members of the same Toronto punk band would be sitting as members of Parliament at the same time.
Former band member Charlie Angus is the current New Democratic Party Member of Parliament for the Ontario federal riding of Timmins—James Bay. Peter Duffin later co-founded the acoustic pop band Barnhouse Static with Canadian songwriter Kathy Evans.