The Chills are arguably the band most indelibly associated with 'The Dunedin Sound' — and one of label Flying Nun's enduring figureheads. With mainstay Martin Phillipps at the helm, the band has seen more than 20 line-up changes while exploring their pared-back guitar-pop sound. Their "series of brilliant singles" (The Guardian) includes 'I Love My Leather Jacket', 'Heavenly Pop Hit' and the moody 'Pink Frost'. The band reached the pinnacle of popular success in 1987, playing to 60,000 at the Glastonbury Festival.