Stare (indie band)

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Origin Norfolk, England, UK
Genres Indie, Twee pop
Years active 1991–1993
Labels Fusebox Records
Big Life Records
Members Michael Brown
Richard Hammerton
Karl Goodbody
David Donley
Past members Michael Brown
David Donley
Karl Goodbody
Richard Hammerton
Derek O'Sullivan/
Paul Youngs

Stare were an early 1990s four-piece indie band from Norfolk, England. Members of the band were Michael Brown, Karl Goodbody, Richard Hammerton and Derek O'Sullivan, joined by second guitarist in March 1992 David Donley.

They released 3 EPs entitled Stare, Mood and Work between 1991 and 1992 on the Fusebox and Big Life record labels and split in 1992.

Stare were broadcast live, as part of BBC Radio 1's Sound City at the Norwich Waterfront in Norwich, on 26 April 1992, and were on the nights bill with Carter USM, Nick Cave, The Farm and Catherine Wheel.

The band reformed in 2011 and released the previously unreleased album "The Luxury of Anger" in May 2012 on Eastzone Records.