Rock band the Go-Betweens were cult favourites of the '80s new wave, releasing a succession of critically acclaimed albums. They reunited in 2001 to produce The Friends of Rachel Worth, their most successful album to date. Their new album, Bright Yellow, Bright Orange, builds on that achievement and should make 2003 a banner year for the band. David Nichols' biography, as sharp-eyed as the band themselves, has been completely revised and updated for this, its first UK edition, featuring tons of photographs.
David Nichols is a Melbourne-based writer and musician whose work has appeared in magazines ranging from Rolling Stone to Smash Hits and Puncture.