- 72% match to The Lillingtons
The Teen Idols are a classic pop punk band in every sense of the word, combining punks energy with sticky sweet melody that refuses to leave your brain. Originating from Nashville, Tennessee, USA, the Teen Idols first emerged in 1997, comprised of four musicians who chose to go by only their first names - Keith (vocals), Phillip (guitar), Heather (bass), and Matt (drums).
- 66% match to The Lillingtons
Though often derided by punk aficionados as little more than a Ramones tribute band, the Queers have always embraced this implied criticism, proud to emulate the band that vocalist Joe (King) Queer venerates above all others. Formed in New Hampshire, USA, in 1982, the bands original line-up comprised King, Wimpy, Tulu and Jeff Useless, though this incarnation was soon sup
- 63% match to The Lillingtons
The idea for Canadian alternative rock band Chixdiggit developed in 1990 when high-school friends Mike, Mark and KJ began selling T-shirts for their fictional band of the same name. When the T-shirt sales escalated, it was decided to put the band on a proper footing. Mike took up bass guitar, KJ moved from drums to vocals and Mark learned guitar. With KJs defection from t
- 60% match to The Lillingtons
Formed in Brisbane, Australia in 1979, the Riptides became a cult band along the coast with surf audiences, eventually arriving in Sydney where they became the next big thing. The initial line-up comprised Mark Callaghan (vocals), Dennis Cantwell (drums), Scott Matheson (guitar, replaced in 1981 by Michael Hiron) and Andrew Leitch (keyboards/guitar). Their melodies