Find out what the boys are working on post-split and whether the rumours of unfinished Supergrass material are true...

Anita Awbi
  • By Anita Awbi
  • 8 Oct 2012
  • min read
Supergrass came together in the early 90s as Britpop was about to break, releasing their debut single Caught By The Fuzz for Parlophone in 1994. They went on to release six hit albums, including I Should CocoIn It For the Money and Road to Rouen.

Unlike many bands from that time, such fellow Oxford peers Suede and Candyskins, they transcended their era to enjoy a career spanning 17 years, before splitting in 2010 to pursue other projects.

On 3 October 2012, the four-piece reunited to receive a PRS for Music Heritage Award at the venue they were first signed, The Jericho Tavern in Oxford. M was on hand to cover the event.