The Muffs were an American punk rock band based in Southern California, formed in 1991. Led by singer and guitarist Kim Shattuck, the band released four full-length studio albums in the 1990s, as well as numerous singles including "Lucky Guy" and "Sad Tomorrow", and a cover version of "Kids in America". After a long hiatus beginning in 1999, the band released a fifth album in 2004 but thereafter effectively disbanded. Almost a decade later, the three core members of the band reunited and started performing again. An album, Whoop Dee Doo, was released in 2014. Kim Shattuck died on October 2, 2019 following a two-year battle with ALS. On that same day, the Muffs confirmed that they have disbanded once again.
Links to Peel
Peel played a track from their single in 1992 issued by Sub Pop and a couple of tracks via compilation albums. It seems after 1992, Peel didn't play any further material from the group.
- 15 August 1992: I Need You (7" - I Need You / Beat Your Heart Out) Sub Pop
- 11 September 1992: Brand New Chevy (v/a album - Estrus Gearbox) Estrus
- 14 November 1992: Rock And Roll Girl (v/a LP - Freedom Of Choice) City Slang