Jesus Jones formed in London, in 1988, and quickly gained worldwide attention for their blend of noisy indie pop, and sampling technology.
Their first single Info Freako was a minor hit, and the subject of no small amount of press hype - but it was with their second album Doubt that the band really hit paydirt. Doubt sold two million copies worldwide, and the single Right Here Right Now topped the US charts. Third album Perverse saw the band move further into the realm of techno (it was one of the first albums to be recorded completely digitally) but struggled to compete in a world obsessed with grunge and britpop. By the time of their fourth album Already, commercial success eluded them completely. After that, the band entered a period of stasis, emerging briefly to release London in 2001. In 2010, they found their mojo again, and released The Collection, an album which collected together their career highlights, as well as a selection of demos and rarities. All four of their albums for Food/EMI were updated and reissued, The line-up of the band is now exactly as it was, when they first formed, and the band are scheduled to release a new album Passages, early in 2018.