"Space" were an indie rock band from Liverpool, England, who came to prominence in the mid-1990s with hit singles such as "Female of the Species", "Neighbourhood" and "Avenging Angels". The basis of their sound has inspirations from late 1960s-early 1970s rock groups mixed with black humoured lyrics and peculiar vocal/music samples (see musical style).
Until their break-up in 2005, the most recent line-up of Space had been comprised of:
* "Thomas" "Tommy" "Scott" - lead & backing vocals, guitar (from 1993)
* "Francis" "Franny" "Griffiths" - keyboards and various electronic instruments, occasional guitar, backing vocals (from 1995)
* "David" "Yorkie" "Palmer" - bass guitar, keyboards, backing vocals (from 1996)
* "Leon Caffrey" - drums (from 1998)
Previous members of the group have been:
* "Jamie Murphy" - lead guitar, lead & backing vocals (1993-2002)
* "Andy Parle" - drums (1993-1998)
Scott (then bass player), Murphy and Parle formed Space in 1993 and aimed for a Who-influenced sound. After releasing their debut '12 single "If It's Real" self-financilly, Griffiths - an old friend of Scott - joined them on keyboards a year later, and together...
|music genre||Alternative Rock|
|current members|| Tommy Scott|
|past members||Jamie Murphy (Space guitarist)|