Artist: Moloko Plus

by on 4th November 2016


Years Active:

1990-1991; 2016


Simon Dowson (Vocals / Guitar)
Chris Gough (Guitar / Vocals)
Sean Revell (Bass)
Paul Peterson (Drums / Vocals)


Moloko Plus formed from the fusion of two earlier bands – US Megachicks and The Dempseys. They had a lush 60s influenced sound, jangly guitars and shimmering harmonies. They had success in Hull and nationally between 1990 and 1991; their song “Can’t Wait Til Sunday” was placed in the top 10 of the Yamaha Band Explosion competition – out of 4000 entries. The band later shortened their name to Moloko.

Moloko Plus (as Moloko+) returned to the fore in 2016, firstly with a surprise appearance on the LP “Small Town Scenery: Lost Indie Gems 1985-1995”, a limited edition release put out by Record Collector magazine. This preceded a new single, Can’t Wait Til Sunday b/w Never Know What You’ve Got, a reboot of their second 1991 demo tape, released on the revered cult vinyl label Fruits De Mer in December 2016.

(Simon Dowson / Hull Music Archive)



I Wonder / Bite The Hand (Cassette) – self released, 1991

Can’t Wait Til Sunday / Never Know What You’ve Got (Cassette) – self released, 1991


Can’t Wait Til Sunday / Never Know What You’ve Got (Lathe cut limited 7″ vinyl) – Fruits De Mer, December 2016

Appears On

Small Town Scenery: Lost Indie Gems 1985-1995 (Limited vinyl LP) – Record Collector, 28 Feb 2016 (track: Bite The Hand)