I Was a Cub Scout
|I Was a Cub Scout|
|Past members||Todd Marriott
I Was a Cub Scout was a two-man synth-pop/indie rock band from Long Bennington and Collingham, England, consisting of William Bowerman and Todd Marriott. They were formed in 2006, and split on 5 June 2008.
Bowerman plays live and also session drums for La Roux and is tour drummer for Summer Camp and Paul Mullen (of yourcodenameis:milo) also announced on his Twitter that he had been recording with Will and Gordon Moakes of Bloc Party.
|Year||A-side||B-side(s)||UK Singles Chart||Release date|
|2006||We Were Made to Love"||"Part Two"||-||4 September 2006|
"Pink Squares" (Banquet remix)
|71||27 November 2006|
|2007||"I Hate Nightclubs"||"Oh What a Fiasco!"||116||12 March 2007|
|2007||"Our Smallest Adventures"||"Our Smallest Adventures" (GoodBooks remix)||-||3 September 2007|
|2008||The Hunter's Daughter"||"Close to Me"||-||16 June 2008|
The song "Save Your Wishes" was given away on iTunes for free, giving I Was a Cub Scout major publicity.
- MySpace page
- DrownedinSound band page
- Video of I was a Cub Scout
- – Review of the Manchester gig by Emily Sherwin on zpop.co.uk