Sad Lovers And Giants


Sad Lovers & Giants are a rock band from Watford, England who formed in 1980. Their sound blends post-punk, atmospheric keyboards and psychedelia. Following their debut EP ‘Cle’ and the ‘Colourless Dream’ single, both issued in 1981, they released two studio albums, Epic Garden Music (1982) and Feeding the Flame (1983) before splitting in 1983.
During this initial period they recorded a John Peel Session for the BBC and a live concert for the Dutch Radio Hilversum station in 1983 which was subsequently released as the album Total Sound in 1986.
After the split they returned in 1987 with a new line up and released ‘The Mirror Test’ album that year.
The band operates as a collective.

Line up:
Tony McGuinness
Ian Gibson
Nigel Pollard
Will Hicks

The following other members have also played:
Tristan Garel-Funk
David Wood
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Members:Cliff Silver, David Wood (2), Ian Butler, Ian Gibson, Jim Blanchard, Juliet Sainsbury, Liam McGuinness, Nigel Pollard, Simon Allard, Steve Carter, Tony McGuinness, Tristan Garel-Funk, Will Hicks
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