Friends Again (band)

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Friends Again
OriginScotland, United Kingdom
GenresNew wave
Years active1981–1984
Past membersChris Thomson
James Grant
Neil Cunningham
Paul McGeechan
Stuart Kerr

Friends Again were a Scottish 1980s new wave group, formed in 1981 in Glasgow.

They were formed by members Chris Thomson and Paul McGeechan, together with Neil Cunningham, James Grant and Stuart Kerr. The group was famous for their singles "State of Art", "Sunkissed" and "Honey at the Core". They released a self-titled EP in 1984, which peaked at No. 59 on the UK Singles Chart.[1] They then recorded their debut album, Trapped & Unwrapped (1984).

After the demise of the band, Grant went on to form Love and Money in 1985 along with McGeechan and Kerr, while Thomson formed The Bathers.



  • Trapped and Unwrapped (1984)


  • "Honey at the Core" (1983)
  • "State of Art" (1983) - UK No. 93[2]
  • "Sunkissed" (1983)
  • The Friends Again EP (1984) - UK No. 59[2]
  • "South of Love" (1984)


  1. ^ Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 215. ISBN 1-904994-10-5.
  2. ^ a b "FRIENDS AGAIN | full Official Chart History | Official Charts Company".

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