I debated this one in my head. Some would argue that Biff Bang Pow! were a London band given that was where they were formed. But as they centred around Alan McGhee I’ve decided they merit a place in this series.
McGee had previously been in The Laughing Apple who had released three singles in the early 80s. Having moved from Glasgow to London he formed Biff Bang Pow!, whose initial line-up was McGee on guitar and vocals, Dick Green on guitar, Joe Foster on bass, and Ken Popple on drums but after two singles Dave Evans replaced Foster (who went solo as Slaughter Joe), while and guitarist/organist Andrew Innes (later to join Primal Scream) joined on a part-time basis.
They were naturally part of the Creation label and over a seven year period they released a total of 13 singles or albums none of which sold in any huge quantities.
I only have one of their songs and it came courtesy of its inclusion on a compilation CD:-
mp3 : Biff Bang Pow! – She Paints
I’ve done some digging and discovered it is the b-side of a 1988 single called She Haunts which I had a listen to on-line and thought was half-decent.