As everyone knows, members of the band are busy with different projects right now - but we promise you'll certainly be the first to hear of any new It Bites material!
In the meantime John Mitchell's critically acclaimed Lonely Robot project continues to go from strength to strength. To complement the release of "Please Come Home", two live dates for December 2015 are planned. Caroline Campbell (bass), Liam Holmes (keys) and Craig Blundell (drums) will join John to complete the live line-up.
Friday 4 December, de Boerderij in Zoetermeer. Tickets and info here
Sunday 20 December, The Scala in London. A christmas bash not to be missed!
Virgin have released our first three studio albums and our first live album in a nifty box set. Released on 3 November 2014, it's still available from the usual outlets. Retrotastic!
Following on from the highly-acclaimed Tall Ships, It Bites return with their first concept album in a career that spans 25 years.
Inspired by the discovery of an old family photograph, Map of the Past is a highly personal journey that explores love, passion, jealousy, anger, remorse and loss through the eyes of a previous generation against the backdrop of Britain as it enters a new century and one of the most defining periods of its history.
Written by John Mitchell and John Beck over the course of 2011, it was recorded at Outhouse Studios in Reading and features Bob Dalton on drums and Lee Pomeroy on bass.
Map of the Past was released on 26 March 2012.
It Bites - Map of the Past
Released 26th March
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