Forgotten Pop! – This Week: Point Break

Another Friday means another Forgotten group of musicians that once made an impact  on us all musically. This week we are looking at a boyband that had brief success just at the turn of the century and that band is none other then Point Break.

The band came around in 1999 and broke up in 2000 and in that brief time that had one album called Apocadelic, 5 singles with Music Videos. The group was made up of Brett Adams, Declan Bennett and David Oliver who had acted in Byker Grove. Their single Stand Tough was used in Australia as the Seven Networks theme for coverage of the AFl in 2000 and 2001.

There is not much detail as to why the band broke up, but here are a variety of their singles to get you in that Friday feeling.

FreakyTime

Do We Rock 

Stand Tough 

You 

What About Us 

 

Written by Holly

Hello! My name is Holly and I am the Editor of The Phoenix Remix. I am a Video Editor in the Television Industry. I write this website as a hobby in my spare time. Comedy and Music run through my veins and I love writing about them both, I adore interviewing acts and always on the lookout for something new!

3 comments

  1. omg I loved Point Break I went to nearly all their shows they was on. I met them in Cambridge when they performed there on the Party In Park. Front row as well. I waited 8 hours for them. And got the best hugs from them all. Wish they would get back together. Omg sorry I’m reliving my teens lol

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  2. I saw Point Break live City In The Park in Nottingham in 2000, I had front row seats they were Awesome

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