Much missed 90s pop-punkers SENSELESS THINGS have announced a reunion show next Spring.
Having formed in West London in the late-80s, the band collapsed in the mid-90s having released four albums - including three for Sony - and a string of chart-bothering singles. With all their members going off to work on various projects, such as THE WILDHEARTS, THREE COLOURS RED, THE STREETS and GORILLAZ, frontman Mark Keds and drummer Cass Browne have recently teamed up in DEADCUTS, bassist Morgan Nicholls has been playing with MUSE and THE WHO,  while guitarist Ben Harding has been playing in Socialist r'n'b band THEE FACTION.
Band members recently took to the stage at a London gig by Philly punks BEACH SLANG where they performed the Things classic 'Too Much Kissing'.
Senseless Things will reunite for a show at Shepherds Bush Empire on Saturday 25 March. Tickets go on sale here on Friday 16 December.
Watch Senseless Things performing 'Hold It Down' on The Word.
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