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70’s band Factory re-formed back in 2015 bringing new music, well after a great deal of time they are back to bring you brand new music by releasing their brand new album ‘Aiming High‘ on 25th September.
Factory, a rock band originally formed in Hastings, UK, in the ‘70s, return with their second album since they re-formed in 2015, called ‘Aiming High‘.
The band members have been friends since teenagers, and after much success going their separate ways, decided to reunite many years later.
In their early days they were a busy touring band, supporting Fleetwood Mac, Status Quo, The Scorpions, Suzi Quatro, 10cc etc, and were the test band for Roger Daltrey’s home studio, but they never made an album.
All the original members are still there –
Tony Qunta (Edgar Winter, Hazel O’Connor) on lead guitar, electric violin & vocals
Andy Qunta, (Icehouse, Hazel O’Connor, co-writer of John Farnham’s You’re The Voice) on keyboards, electric 12-string guitar, vocals
Laurie Cooksey, on drums & vocals
Geoff ‘Jaffa’ Peckham, on bass & vocals
plus Jaffa’s replacement from ‘74-‘76, bassist Steve Kinch (Manfred Mann’s Earth Band) on 6 of the 12 tracks.