Senseless Things’ Mark Keds: An Obituary

Everybody knew Mark Keds. At least that’s how it felt in early 1991, when the guitar-toting frontman and his mates in the Senseless Things signed a major deal with Epic Records. By that point the well-loved Twickenham four-piece had become perennial fixtures on the London club scene, having zig-zagged their way up and down the country while releasing a slew of impressive singles and their debut album, Postcard C.V. Released in ​’89, the album showcased Mark’s unvarnished talent as a songwriter. His ability to write infectious pop-punk nuggets full of teenage angst was exemplified by the likes of Come Together, Sneaking Kisses, Drunk And Soppy and Too Much Kissing – tunes that echoed the likes of The Who and Buzzcocks. If Postcard C.V. was a promising start, th...


1. Killin Me 2. Zero Wheels 3. Comfortably Dumb 4. Dial Up 5. Rich to Rags 6. Nervous 7. Naptime 8. PePaw 9. Worm 10. Funerals 11. Sympathy Cone 12. Daughter 13. Travellin Time 14. Cynical Serene

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