The Alarm begin a 3 day ‘urban guerilla’ video shoot to film 13 songs in one weekend for an accompanying DVD with the forthcoming album ‘Under Attack’. The aim is to film an individual video for each song in a different location around the Rhyl area and as each song is wrapped up, the tapes are sent to Mike Peter’s studio in Dyserth where they are edited as the next song is being filmed. Locations were, The Chapel and the waterfall in Dyserth. Underground car park, old Downtown Club, Railway sideings, High Street, Fun Fair, Town Hall and Crescent Road car park in Rhyl.
Here is the finished version of Cease & Desist, shot under the railway arches by The Dudley Arms and train station in Rhyl.
Meanwhile – DOA UK (Dead on Arrival) – play the Red Lion, St Asaph. The very young band from Holyhead (later called Demask), take advantage of the vibrant networking across North Wales to play in obscure venues that Blood & Lipstick promoter Steve Rastin seems to unearth.