Feline were an English rock group formed in Camden, London, in 1995. Fronted by Grog, from the promising indie band Flinch, who had recorded demos for a solo album with Flinch's manager Drew Richards. Augmenting the bands line-up with the addition of drummers and guitarists, the band were named Feline, and signed in 1996 by EMI Chrysalis during the female-fronted band era popularised by No Doubt, Garbage and, closer to home, by Elastica, Echobelly and .
Feline toured toured the UK with Kenickie and Catherine Wheel, receiving coverage on MTV and in NME, Melody Maker and Kerrang!, and in late 1997, released their debut single and album Save Your Face.
In 1998, Chrysalis dropped the band after their debut album was repackaged and expanded. Upon the advice of their management, Feline renamed themselves as Ultraviolet so they could seek... Read More|
... another record deal, and released a single and an E.P. under this name while recording a second album. When no contract materialised, the band split. After Feline disbanded, Grog, Drew and Al formed Die So Fluid, who are currently active recording and touring.