We decided to cover a mighty tune by the Sheringham Springsteen himself, Allan Smethurst. Anyone casting a slight against the Singing Postman is liable to find themselves overstamped.
Fresh from having sorted out the anti-vaxxers and Covidiots, now we turn our thoughts towards Europe.
Guitar solo by Mr Pete Abbott
Here's the Soundcloud ...
The Eurovision friendly video be here my beauties...
Anti vax, anti mask and anti lockdown twats have had their say, here is ours....
We've remixed a Dub track because, well, lockdown.
Here is the original track...
We decided to use a few Sea Cadets samples - Pete Abbott's guitar from Driving to Hunstanton for example and bring in our Queen, Greta Thunberg. One Love !
The track can be downloaded direct from Soundcloud for free.
Video directed by Ron Howard.
Dear Eighties radio stations, not all of us want 24 hour Wham. (Rob does)
Do a War Dance.
One of Rob's favourite local bands is Magoo. Rob's favourite Magoo song is Pink Dust.
So we had to have a go at it.....
Its time to go Full Santa.
Step 1 - Here is our new track, Last Christmas, featuring Pete Abbott.
Step 2 - Spend Christmas with the Sea Cadets
(Well, play the rest of their Christmas songs anyway....)
It would be fair to say that the Sea Cadets are more fond of cake than a salad.
This new track - 'Billy in Bunbury' uses a 1925 Advertising poem by Ruth Plumly Thompson for the Royal Baking Powder Company over the usual nautical post punk shenanigans. Narrated by Patti Cunningham, the song tells the story of Billy, who wont eat.