Guitarist Roman and singer/guitarist Craig met when they both relocated to Tunbridge Wells with their families. They quickly discovered they had a lot in common – both being NHS workers by day and gig goers by night. Their mutual love of Radiohead, Kurt Vile, REM, Talk Talk, and Doves inspired them to begin writing their own alternative indie rock songs with atmospheric and experimental guitars. Their lyrics touch on themes that speak to them – mental health, politics, and the human condition. David (drums) and Tommy (bass), who’d also left the city behind them for family life in Haywards Heath, breathed new life into the initial demos and Yet to Invent were born. The band have so far played a handful of shows at the Tunbridge Wells Forum, a venue very close to their hearts, where they recently supported Reverend and the Makers. The band continue to develop their sound and bring an immersive energy to every performance.