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As of July 2018

Miki:

Twitter
Starting around March 2018, Miki became much more active on Twitter and has been posting loads of fantastic personal early photos and recollections from her Lush days (and before) and having great conversations with fans.

If you are a fan of Lush, I urge you to Follow her on Twitter (join her "little band of followers" as she called it) and scroll back to March 2018 to see all her posts, you’ll be glad you did! Also turn on notifications for her Twitter page to get future announcements - she has revealed that she is working on a new music project and will announce it later this year on her Twitter!

 

Phil:

Instagram    Twitter    Facebook
Still active on Instagram and Twitter, but hasn't posted on Facebook since the reunion.

 

Emma:

Twitter    Facebook
Emma re-joined Twitter with a new account, and is very active on it. Her old account was deleted, so all the posts from the reunion are gone. Her Facebook is no longer accessible but the link is left here in the hope she reactivates it someday.

Band Official:

Official Reunion Website (Archive)
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The official band website that was created for the 2016 reunion was eventually taken down in 2018. This is an exact copy of the website, archived here for posterity. In addition, most of the information on the official reunion website has also been integrated into various pages throughout this site.
 


Facebook    Twitter    Instagram
The only activity since the end of the reunion was to sell off remaining merch.

 

Merchandise Store
The store was shut down once all the remaining merch was sold.


Fan Sites:

Sadly, more and more of these sites are disapearing over time, so many of these links are broken. I am keeping them here only as a reminder of what has come and gone. A few of these links are still up and have lasted many years!

I obtained material from many of the above fan sites - anything from a single show date to press articles, fan quotes, lyrics, photos, or an entire gig list. In fact, the goal of this site was to combine all the Lush material from all the above sites (which have a lot of cross-duplication) into one central location. I've tried to credit my sources on the individual pages throughout this site, unfortunately I sometimes lost track of what came from where. See the disclaimer page for details.

 

Tip:  For fan sites that are no longer up, try copying its address from the above links into the Internet Archive Wayback Machine, an archiving service which periodically saves copies of websites. The archive does not include images, and only includes pages a few levels down, but you still get a sense of what the original site was like.



Discussion:

 

For many years--long before this website--these Yahoo groups were the main (only?) place for long-time Lush fans to meet and exchange information, and they are a wonderful archive of past discussions. During the 2016 reunion most of the activity moved to social media, fortunately these groups are becoming active again after the reunion ended.



 

Company/Official Sites:

  • 4AD Chorus Lines
    Created by 4AD for the 2016 Reunion, to coincide with the release of the vinyl box set Origami. Features an in-depth interview with Miki, Emma and Phil that covers the origins of the band (including brief comments from Steve Rippon and Meriel Barham!) then they discuss each album individually plus the B-Sides. Written by Martin Aston, author of Facing The Other Way: The story of 4AD. Also includes some never-before-seen early photos.
     

  • 4AD Lush Page
    Includes the reunion box sets, but the biography is the original one from 1996.
     

  • The Official Sing-Sing Site
    This was shut down in Jan '08 and the above link now redirects to their Sing-Sing page on MySpace (which includes every song from all their albums and EPs)


 

 

 Dedicated to the memory of Chris Acland  

  (c) 2018