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The Farm

The Farm

The Farm are a British band from Liverpool. Their album Spartacus reached the top position on the UK Albums Chart when it was released in March 1991.

The band was formed in early 1983 and initially comprised Peter Hooton, Steve Grimes, John Melvin and Andrew John “Andy” McVann, who was killed in a police chase on 1 October 1986 at the age of 21, and to whose parents the band’s subsequent album, Spartacus, is dedicated.

‘All Together Now’ was produced by Graham McPherson, better known as Suggs, a founding member of the band Madness, and recorded at Mayfair Studios.  It was originally released on 26 November 1990 peaking at #4 on the UK Singles Chart and #7 on the U.S. Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart.

Since 2004, The Farm have been performing again, and recent years have established regular appearances at summer festivals, and in 2011-2012 performed as part of the Justice Tonight Band.  They joined many other artists and bands on that tour, including 4 performances with The Stone Roses, and culminated 2012 as part of the Justice Collective, who’s single He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother, got to Number One in the UK Official Christmas Chart.