Hugh Cornwell "Totem & Taboo" video
The last hurrah
"Well, it was certainly an exciting time, there was an awful lot going on, an awful lot we were pushing. I get the feeling that we were trying to re-establish what rock music was about at the time."
The Stranglers' Baz Warne talks to Lee Trewhela about being the punk legends' 'new boy', their latest album and a return to Cornwall
"It's easy to forget now but Paul was the singer for 16 years – I have to be honest, it looked a bit strange with him out front but it sounded really good. Those were weird years and there were incredible lows. But that encapsulates this band's role as survivors"
Hugh Cornwell, Totem And Taboo. Album Review.
"Whatever accusation you throw at Hugh Cornwell, boring and banal are the superlatives that should not ever be amongst them."
Hugh Cornwell on BBC Breakfast 120912
See Hugh perform “TOTEM AND TABOO”and “NO MORE HEROES” in their entirety on his Autumn 2012 UK Tour. Hugh Cornwell’s new album TOTEM AND TABOO will be released in the UK on Monday 10th September 2012 through Cadiz Music. Noble … this way
Hugh Cornwell interview on the Roger Day show, BBC Radio Kent.
Hugh Cornwell: Totem and Taboo
"The former Stranglers front man materialises as part old-punk Ray Davies and part abrasive Eric Idle"
As Hugh Cornwell releases his excellent new album, he tells Lee Trewhela why The Stranglers are an "albatross"
"It's an admission I've been falling on my arse for the last 20 years, trying to get my career going from the shadow of The Stranglers"
Former Strangler returns to the South West
"I hate staying in one place and I easily get bored, so I need to continuously challenge myself when recording new music"