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Formed in 1992 by Marijne van der Vlugt, Paul Kennedy, Pete Brown and Rob Wakeman, Salad's debut album Drink Me (1995) won critical acclaim and led to tours with Blur and other contemporaries. BBC 6Music are still playing singles from the album (Drink the Elixir and Motorbike to Heaven) today. They followed this with second album, Ice Cream (1997), produced by Donald Ross Skinner (Julian Cope, Prolapse). Charley Stone (Gay Dad) played live with the band from August 1996 and subsequently joined the group as a full member before they disbanded in 1998. Fast forward to 2017 and the reformation of Salad, with Donald Ross Skinner taking over the drum stool, which saw them release The Lost Album Vol. 1 and perform at the high profile Star Shaped Festival. They continued their rise in 2018 with a headline tour across the UK and their first single in 21 years, The Selfishness of Love. In August 2019, the band released a new album The Salad Way which was met with universal acclaim, earning rave reviews across the board including a four star review in Mojo and, again, receiving solid radio support from 6Music. Salad continue to write new songs and will be touring the UK early in 2020.