The Seers

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The Seers
Origin Bristol, United Kingdom
Genres Alternative rock, Psychedelic rock, Garage rock
Years active 1984–1991
Labels Skullfuck Records, Hedd Records, Cherry Red Records, Rough Trade Records
Past members Adrian Blackmore, Jason Collins, Kat, Spider, Leigh Wildman

The Seers were a British rock group active between 1984 and 1991.

The group gained notoriety with their debut single, Lightning Strikes, which was about the Hungerford massacre. In 1988 they became the first unsigned band to play the main stage at the Reading Festival.[1]


  • Adrian "Age" Blackmore (drums)
  • Jason Collins (bass guitar, backing vocals)
  • Kat Day (guitar)
  • Steve "Spider" Croom (vocals)
  • Leigh Wildman (guitar)




  • Lightning Strikes (Rough Trade Records, 1988)
  • Freedom Trip (Skullfuck Records, 1988)
  • Sun is in the Sky (Hedd Records, 1990)
  • Welcome to Deadtown/Rub Me Out (Hedd Records, 1990)
  • "Fear of Technology" EP (Cherry Red Records, 1990)


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