The Housemartins

The Housemartins were an English indie pop band that was active in the 1980s. Many of the Housemartins' lyrics were a mixture of Marxist politics and Christianity, reflecting singer Paul Heaton's beliefs at the time (the back cover of London 0 Hull 4 contained the message, "Take Jesus - Take Marx - Take Hope").[citation needed] Read More

Related Artists

Adam and The Ants
Adam and The Ants
Nik Kershaw
Nik Kershaw
Shed Seven
Shed Seven
The Boomtown Rats
The Boomtown Rats
The Teardrop Explode…
The Teardrop Explodes
Ocean Colour Scene
Ocean Colour Scene
INXS
INXS
Crowded House
Crowded House

Stations With The Housemartins

The Housemartins Radio
Plays The Housemartins along with similar artists like:
The Pale Fountains Radio
Plays The Pale Fountains along with similar artists like:
The Go-Betweens Radio
Plays The Go-Betweens along with similar artists like:
Black Radio
Plays Black along with similar artists like:
The Dukes of Stratosphear Radio
Plays The Dukes of Stratosphear along with similar artists like:
Robyn Hitchcock & The Egyptians Radio
Plays Robyn Hitchcock & The Egyptians along with similar artists like:
Hue and Cry Radio
Plays Hue and Cry along with similar artists like:
The Bats Radio
Plays The Bats along with similar artists like:
Garland Jeffreys Radio
Plays Garland Jeffreys along with similar artists like: