Stage B emerged from Belfast's punk scene of the late seventies, early eighties.

Original and innovative they epitomised the punk ideal and although some people did not get it others like John Peel hailed them as Belfast's answer to John Lydon's Public Image . High praise indeed.

They surfaced again in 2013 challenging the stale and safe local music scene with the two critically acclaimed albums "People Of The Book" and "Centipede".  

Always the outsiders Stage B are currently working on new material .

Their new "Faith Healer" EP consists of three covers, "Faith Healer" the Alex Harvey anthem as well as Hot Chocolate's "Emma" and The Ruts "It Was Cold". Two originals "Dr Faustus" and "Something There In" are also included.

This primal slab of indie electro rock is a dark unconventional, challenging , unnerving piece of work light years away from anything on the local scene at present.

Keep the Faith