The Marmite Sisters were an indie band formed in 1984 from Glenfield, Leicestershire, England. They were initially known as the Anonymouse, with Graham Barnfield on vocals, Steve Hill on guitar, Christopher Murphy on bass and Stub Robinson on drums.
The band's name changed to the Marmite Sisters in May 1986, undergoing multiple changes of line-up and personnel. The band's first release was the Kick Donkey cassette in 1988. This was followed by the Songs of Love and Lawnmowers cassette in 1989. The final line-up split up in 1994.
The band subsequently released the EP Gricers on a German label in February 1995 and made compilation appearances on Grapefruit Sunrise along with connected bands The Minogues and Cavalier Approach.Continue reading at Wikipedia... Wikipedia content provided under the terms of the Creative Commons BY-SA license