Jubby, Mark White, Ben Stanton et Birchie, quatre Anglais de Hillsborough, sont à l'origine de la formation du groupe de rock Harrisons il y a deux ans. Ils sortent leur premier album No fighting in the war room, pur pop rock britannique.

With No Fighting In The War Room, Harrisons have delivered an album that’s worthy of the weight of expectation heaped on them by fans and the press. The band – comprising vocalist Adam Taylor, guitarist Ben Stanton, drummer Mark White and bass guitarist Ashley Birch - formed two years ago in Hillsborough, Sheffield before the term ‘New Yorkshire’ had even been dreamed of. Naming themselves after Harrison Road, a local street whose sign they eventually procured and used as a stage prop, they soon made a splash on the emerging local scene. Things moved quickly after that, with the band gigging around the country (and being the support band of choice for The Twang and The Enemy), picking up high profile fans (Steve Lamacq, Phill Jupitus), storming South By Southwest ("we just got bollocksed for five days and ran amock") and recreating the football scene from Kes for the Blue Note video, roping in Phoenix Nights star Steve Edge as the PE teacher and winning the approval of Kes director Ken Loach in the process.