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STOP PRESS! The big clean up started in earnest in Plumpton on Sunday morning, following scenes of unprecedented debauchery at the Fountain on Saturday night. The Saucy Flapdragons once again demonstrated an absolute disregard for property or common decencys, which combined with a storm of biblical intensity, made locals fear for their safety during a somewhat raucous first gig of the new year.
The Fountain was as rammed as a Japanese Bullet Train during rush hour and help was enlisted from door staff using Gentlemen's Persuaders to prevent a stampede of fleeing humanity as Mark tried to sing. Having recently also played at Simon Candy's 50th birthday commiserations, it is believe that Plumpton has recently been granted UNICEF war zone status and its residents are now universally recognised as valid asylum seekers.
Relative newcomers Geoff Peckham and Simon Anckorn have fitted right in with the lowest common denominators of depravity and craven attention seeking displayed by the others. On Saturday the band was joined on stage at various by special guests David Rolph, Kirsty Durkan, Jo Buckfield and also Rt Hon Norman Baker, desperately plugging his new album and plumbing new depths in the process as he tried to drag the band up from the gutter.
Even the Flapdragons were halted in their tracks this week with the devastating loss of David Bowie, who provided much of the soundtrack to our formative years. Planet Earth is Blue.