Scales of Justice by Living In A Box
Living in a Box had seven Top 40 singles and two hit albums during the 80s in the UK. They split in 1990 before a third album could be released, but where are they now?
Firstly, frontman Richard Darbyshire continued with his music
career, and went on to enjoy some success as a solo artist. He has also written tracks for Lisa Stansfield, as well as releasing two solo albums during the 90s.
His two albums were How Many Angels (1994) and Love Will Provide (1999), which came as a reissue of How Many Angels, and included several new and unreleased tracks.
What about the band's drummer? Well, Anthony Critchlow (nicknamed 'Tich') now runs his own company providing bespoke illumination and lighting installations.
Keyboardist and synth player, Marcus Charles Vere also retired from the music industry after the band split-up. He now produces award-winning DVDs called Here Comes A ...! for pre-school aged children. Topics include live action films about tractors, diggers, trains and fire engines.
Visit the Living in a Box page for videos and more info about the band