It is far and few that I strongly recommend a Pop record achievement from my own country but, here is one of those rare instances when I strongly do; it is nothing short of a mini-masterpiece, the one time collaboration between famous Tarantino "Death Proof" movie soundtrack recording star, April March (in her world known cover of Swingin' Mademoiselle Ye Ye queen France Gall's Serge Gainsbourg-penned "Laisse Tomber les Filles" : "Chick Habit" that was even used later for a national Renault French car advertising campaign)... and French Indie Avant-rock band, Aquaserge, from the southern provincial town of Toulouse, up to here an excellent Robert Wyatt-era Soft Machine influenced combo. Excellent... which in itself is a rare instance among the French indie rock and pop scene enough to mention!
I grabbed these off FaceBook where they were posted by Scott Beadle who writes "The cartoon flyer is drawn by Bob Montgomery, the middle brother of Vancouver punk rock drummer legends Chuck Biscuits (DOA, Black Flag, Danzig) and Dimwit (Subhumans, Pointed Sticks, Four Horsemen). Besides cartooning, Bob served as roadie for all of these bands, and more, during his career. I also have several crappy colour snapshots of YMG from this show." I don't think they're crappy at all :) I'm jealous as I never got to see these guys.
UPDATE: according to @bourgwick on Twitter the date is "june 29, 1991. end of mcnew's first proper round of touring with YLT." & according to my friend Sean Howe (Author of MARVEL COMICS: THE UNTOLD STORY) "It's called "Swing for Life"; it first appeared on a 1991 EP."