Andrew Brough was the McCartney to Shayne Carter's Lennon when Straitjacket Fits led the southern charge during Flying Nun's late 80s golden age (notably on single 'Down in Splendour'). After leaving the Fits, Brough rolled back into the spotlight in 1995 with Bike. 'Save My Life', from their debut EP, was a songwriting finalist at the 1996 Silver Scrolls, and Bike were nominated as most promising new band at the NZ Music Awards. Album Take In The Sun affirmed Brough's status as an eminent crafter of yearning, liquid guitar pop.