This 70s North Yorkshire, UK three-piece folk group originally comprised Peadar Long (b. Dublin, Eire; clarinet, whistles, flute, saxophone, vocals), Bob Thomas (b. Peebles, Scotland; vocals, bodhran, Northumberian pipes), and Tony Bayliss (b. Yorkshire, Britain; vocals, electric guitar, cittern). Other afterwards members have got included Patrick Gundry-White (France horn, harmonium, vocals), and John Burge (electric guitar, bouzouki, fiddle, banjo, vocals). Devil’s Trip, their only discharge, was a crossover jazz and folk documenting, combining original materials with traditional quantities. After Kitsyke Will folded Long performed and documented with other performers focusing on jazz, traditional and globe music. Bayliss continued to try out and compose music for tv and became a member of the Exeter, Devon-based folk music group Jiggerpipery. In the 00s, Thomas was an associate from the Wakefield-based spirit and R&B music group the Lawyers, alongside Mick Doonan in the Doonan Family Music group.