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We met up with Salad/Salad Undressed’s Marijne van der Vlugt on the eve of the release of Salad Undressed’s new album “Good Love Bad Love”.
Salad rode the wave of Britpop in the 1990s with a top 20 album, Drink Me, and a second critically acclaimed album, Ice Cream. The band split in 1998, but Marijne met up with guitarist Paul Kennedy in 2016 to start playing some short acoustic sets under the “Salad Undressed” name. One thing led to another, and another – and we not only have a new album from Salad Undressed, but Salad the electric band are back too and playing live!
Marijne talks about the new album and what fans of the band can expect over the coming months.
You can order the new album at their Pledgemusic site where you can also find the recently-released Lost Album Vol 1 – songs recorded in the 1990s that have only recently seen the light of day. And you can also see the band live at the following dates:
Thu 29 Mar London, 93 Feet East
Thu 19 Apr Glasgow, Broadcast
Fri 20 Apr Leicester, Soundhouse (w/S*M*A*S*H)
Sat 21 Apr Manchester Academy (w/Carefree Sud)
Wed 25 Apr Bristol, The Fleece
Thu 26 Apr Amsterdam, Paradiso Noord
Fri 27 Apr Brighton, Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar (w/Lucie Barât)
Sat 28 Apr York, Fibbers (w/S*M*A*S*H)