The Members is a punk band that emerged out of the UK in the mid-1970s, when the turbulent social landscape of England spawned a generation of aggressive politically-charged band. With a classic punk sensibility, its debut album At the Chelsea Nightclub resonated well with the changing social landscape of England. After a somewhat successful run from in the early 1970s, the band called its quits in 1983 with the modest hit "The Sound of the Suburbs" as its shining accomplishment. The Members reunited in 2007 and palyed its first shows in over two decades. The band released its comeback studio album, Ingrrland, in 2012 with AngloCentric, followed by 2016's One Law, simultaneously igniting the flame of its base audience while capturing the hearts of a new generation of punk rockers.