Geneva were an acclaimed indie band who notched up four Top 40 chart hits in the space of ten months and cracked the Top 20 with their debut album Further. But within four years of their debut single No One Speaks breaking into the UK pop charts, it was all over for Geneva. Before the second album Weather Underground was even released the Aberdeen-formed five-piece's record label Nude, which provided a home for Britpop icons Suede, went into financial meltdown and the band members were forced to sign on in Edinburgh.
Official album launches in London were binned and the disillusioned band members had had enough. They split. Now, nineteen years later the band led by the angelic voiced Andrew Montgomery have officially reformed and have decided to make a comeback. East Kilbride-raised Montgomery says this is not going to be just another reformed 90s band's nostalgia trip. There are plans to write and release new songs and perhaps rediscover the chemistry which saw their brooding art-pop debut Further garner so many plaudits. In the meantime, Geneva release two remastered reissue packages through One Little Indian Records.