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Published on Mar 16, 2011
Nocturnal Projections were a post-punk band from New Plymouth, New Zealand that began recording in 1981 and split up in 1983. Often compared to British post-punk bands, especially Joy Division, with whom they shared a moody, bass-driven sound, although the Projections' guitar was less metallic and more ebullient than Joy Division's. They also never underwent the exacting production of many such British bands; there is a directness to their recordings that has dated well.
Nocturnal Projections were Peter Jefferies (vocals), his brother Graeme Jefferies (guitar), Brett Jones (bass), and Gordon Rutherford (drums). Peter and Graeme subsequently formed This Kind of Punishment, which played together through the late 1980s. Graeme would then launch Cakekitchen, while Peter would go on to release several solo albums. (http://www.last.fm/music/Nocturnal+Pr...)
song taken from the Another Year EP (Hit Singles, 1982)