The famous English rock band The Zombies formed way-back in 1961 in St Albans, Hertfordshire.
They were led by Rod Argent (piano, organ and vocals) with Colin Blunstone (vocals).
The group scored a huge British and American hit in 1964 with “She’s Not There.”
They’re also famous for “Tell Her No” and “Time of the Season.” Their 1968 psychedelic pop disc, “Odessey and Oracle” (sic) is considered one of the Greatest Albums of All Time.
After the Zombies, Rod Argent formed a band called Argent.
In 1990 Blunstone, Grundy and White briefly reunited as the Zombies with keyboardist/guitarist Sebastian Santa Maria and recorded a new album titled New World. Argent, Atkinson and a host of other guests also made appearances.
Now the band are excited to be back in demand. Having played The Great Escape festival in Brighton this year and created something really special with their live performance at Glastonbury, the band now release a new album titled ‘Still Got That Hunger.’
The band’s influence can never be overstated. From Nick Cave to Marshall Mathers, Paul Weller to Beck, from Foo Fighters to Fleet Foxes, musicians today still admire their sonic template, a masterclass in songwriting, arrangement, musicianship and production.