Additional information about this Stiff Little Fingers vinyl art.
Stiff Little Fingers – The Artist
Stiff Little Fingers are a Northern Irish punk rock band from Belfast, Northern Ireland. They formed in 1977, at the height of the Troubles. They started out as a schoolboy band called Highway Star (named after the Deep Purple song), doing rock covers, until they discovered punk. They were the first punk band in Belfast to release a record – the “Suspect Device” single came out on their own independent label ‘Rigid Digits’. Their album Inflammable Material, released in partnership with Rough Trade, became the first independent LP to enter the UK top 20. After six years and four albums, they split up. They reformed five years later, in 1987. Despite major personnel changes, they are still touring and recording. In 2014, the band released their tenth studio album and a world tour followed its release. Jake Burns, their lead singer, is the only member to have been with the band during all its incarnations, but in March 2006, original bass guitarist Ali McMordie rejoined them following the departure of The Jam bass player Bruce Foxton after fifteen years.
At The Edge – The Song
At The Edge is a song by the Northern Irish punk rock band, Stiff Little Fingers. It is credited to the band and was taken from their second studio album, Nobody’s Heroes released in 1980. The song is about a young mans criticism as to the way he is being bought up and the lack of understanding he is being shown as to his own views.
The SLF Flame Logo – The Shape
This record has been crafted into the silhouette of the flame logo as used by the Stiff Little Fingers.
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