The punk-pop trio Midway Still formed in the first ’90s in Kent, Britain, comprising drummer Declan Kelly, bassist Jan Konopka, and vocalist/guitarist Paul Thomson. Agreed upon to Fireplace subsidiary Roughneck, the band’s debut 1991 one, “I WILL NOT Try,” signed up impressively at amount 12 on SONGS Express’ year-end graph. After another one, the full-length Dial Square (made by Gumball’s Don Fleming) made an appearance in 1992. Life’s TOO MUCH TIME (made by Leatherface’s Frankie Stubbs) implemented in 1993, plus a handful of singles immediately after. Drummer Kelly exited and was changed by Brad Aitchison (previously of Swiftness Circus), as well as the music group departed off their label. The music group financed the documenting of the third LP that hardly ever noticed the light of time. After a protracted break that started in 1994, the group reappeared (with Konopka changed by Russell Lee) in alluring fashion using the Fuck You one in 2001 on Antipop.