Glaxo Infants were a post-punk music group located in Bristol, Britain. The foursome was vocalist Rob Chapman, guitarist/vocalist Dan Catsis (ex-Pop Group), drummer Geoff Alsopp, and bassist Tom Nichols. They released the THAT IS YOUR DAILY LIFE EP in 1979; by enough time from the Christine Keeler solitary months later, several adjustments to the lineup had been made. Most considerably, Charles Llewelyn got over for Alsopp on drums and Tony Wrafter (another ex-Pop Group member) added saxophone. Chapman after that left, and the rest of the members documented the entirety of 1980’s Nine Weeks towards the Disco, their debut LP for Heartbeat, inside the period of an individual day. For the next Small Entertainment EP (also released in 1980), Glaxo Infants temporarily installed using the Y label. And lastly, Put Me within the Visitor List, another 1980 launch, collected demos from the band’s Chapman period. They apparently split up sooner or later after its launch; Catsis and Wrafter became section of Optimum Joy. Within the middle-’80s, Chapman and Catsis re-formed Glaxo Infants with Llewelyn on drums. These were together for quite some time, the results ultimately appearing within the compilation The Porlock Element: Psych Drums along with other Schemes 1985-1990.