John Mathew - vocals & guitar Rich Mills - trombone & guitar Hayden Jones - drums Geoff Dalley - bass The Humanitarians are a four piece band from Devon who play an eclectic mix of rock, punk, reggae, indie, folk and ska. Imagine The Clash jamming with Lou Reed and Kasabian at The Leveller's Beautiful Days festival after a particularly big night out at a Soundgarden gig. And then all of a sudden Joe Strummer says, "we need some trombone". Yeah, there you are, that's what they sound like. The Second Album "No Law" was released November 2012 on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and of course Last.fm so go get it now! It's a mix of rock, indie, ska, folk, reggae and Floydy atmospherics and you need it in your life. The band's debut 12 track album 'Born', including the single 'The End of the world on TV', is still available too. "Call The Police", the lead single from "No Law" won the award for best EP at the 2012 South West Music Awards and is getting crowds jumping as you read this.