Britpop stalwarts Dodgy hit Glasgow's Record Factory

The Britpop band famous for Good Enough and Staying Out For The Summer hit the road once more.

7th Feb 2017

DODGY, the re-charged power pop group from Hounslow, released their album 'What Are We Fighting For', through Cherry Red Records.

What Are We Fighting For is the fifth album from the original Dodgy line-up of Nigel Clark, Mathew Priest and Andy Miller and their set first of new material since their reunion for 2012's Stand Upright In A Cool Place.

Dodgy rose to prominence during the Britpop era of the 1990s. They are best known for their hits Staying Out for the Summer, If You're Thinking of Me and Good Enough.

The latter was their biggest hit reaching number four in the UK singles chart. What Are We Fighting For is the fifth album from the original Dodgy line-up ? Nigel Clark, Mathew Priest and Andy Miller ? and the first of new material since their widely lauded comeback reunion album, Stand Upright In A Cool Place.

It is also the first album to feature relatively new member Stu Thoy on bass and vibes, who joined the band to help them tour the last album and has managed to hang on in there ever since.

The band have performed at most festivals worth their salt, such as Bestival, Camp Bestival, V Festival, Glastonbury, Wychwood, Kendal Calling and many more across the UK and Europe.

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