“It’s less physically strenuous as a frontman, but it is more frightening and mentally exhilarating.”
The last two decades have been a hell of a time for Gaz Coombes. As the talented and charismatic frontman for one of the most iconic UK bands of the 90’s, Supergrass, Coombes has experienced so many highs and lows during his prolific, yet intense music career. The artist has poured all of these experiences
With Supergrass only having split last April, after playing together for an epic 17 years, frontman Gaz Coombes has wasted no time, as he revealed recently to Spinner that his solo album is almost half finished. Working in a studio in the basement of his home in Oxford, Gaz is “really chuffed,” with the results
Britpop band Supergrass is to split up after seventeen years and six albums together, citing “musical differences”.