This prompted some dates in Canada later that year, with fellow rockers Coney Hatch joining them as special guests. Extending the tour into the U.S at that time had not been possible so British Lion rounded up the year by heading into South America and finishing up in Japan.
According to Harris, the decision to embark upon his first-ever side-project was strictly down to the raw talent of the musicians involved.
“It’s taken years for this to come together,” he says. “Originally vocalist Richard Taylor and guitarist Grahame Leslie sent me a tape – that should show you how long ago this was. I was just impressed and decided to help them a bit and it went from there. I thought the songs were so strong it’d be a crime if it they didn’t see the light of day.”