For those who haven’t been keeping up, Teenage Fanclub come from Glasgow and released their debut album, A Catholic Education, in 1990, then followed it with Bandwagonesque (1991), Thirteen (1993), Grand Prix (1995), Songs From Northern Britain (1997) and Howdy! (2000). Their non-LP catalogue is better than most bands’ Grammy nominations or wish-lists to Santa Claus. They’ve had three drummers during the last 16 years, and are currently doing very nicely with the original one, Francis Macdonald. Asked whether they’re feeling their age, Norman thinks for a bit, then says: ""Basically, it’s all over if you’re on tour and you wake up one morning and you go to the gym in the hotel.""
Teenage Fanclub are not yet in the hotel gym.
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