Noonday Underground

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Noonday Underground
Origin London, England
Genres Electronica, Soul, Downtempo
Years active 2000 to Present
Associated acts Adventures in Stereo
Members Simon Dine
Daisy Martey

Noonday Underground are a British band consisting of DJ Simon Dine and singer Daisy Martey. Dine had previously been a member of Adventures in Stereo. Martey was for a time the singer in Morcheeba.[1] The band name came from a book about The Who.[2] To date, the band have released four albums.

Their track, "The Light Brigade", was used as the title theme for the Channel 4 nursing drama, No Angels.

An advertisement for Google Home used their track Spinning All Around.


  • Self-Assembly (2000) M21/Setanta
  • Surface Noise (2002)
  • On the Freedom Flotilla (2006) Setanta
  • Set Sail (2008)
  • The K-O Chorale (2010)
  • Body Parts for Modern Art (2015)
  • "London" (1999)


  1. ^ Lynskey, Dorian (24 November 2006). "Noonday Underground - On The Freedom Flotilla". London: The Guardian. Retrieved 5 January 2008. 
  2. ^ "Noonday Underground feature/interview". Archived from the original on 25 December 2007. Retrieved 5 January 2008. I saw it in a book about the Who while trying to find a band name. I knew about the Tom Wolfe story but didn't track it down until recently 

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