Meet the Scrub Babies!
Much to the astonishment of their adoring fans, The Scrub Babies continue to rock!
Sadly no longer with us, founding member and front man Bromo Hmnb* is remembered for ground-breaking compositions like "Captain Nemo (The Unauthorized Adventures)" and "Who's Rubbing Your Belly Now?" as well as for his philosophical musings. He once told Ozly, after a late-night jam session, when both were around fifteen years old and should have been sleeping, because it was a school night,† that music was supposed to be fun, because we play music, and that it should never be work. That philosophy is of course central to everything The Scrub Babies have ever done. He is greatly missed, but his spirit lives, as do a large number of unfinished tracks that could well become the foundation for future albums.
Raised on a remote island by the Huldufólk and known for his vigorous exuberance, bass player Olaf Hvaðheitirhann would like everyone to know that life is beautiful, in its own way.
The Chief Executive
Laconic drummer The Chief Executive likes walks on the beach, concupiscence, involuntary rappelling, and rhythmic nutation.
Surprisingly still with us, founding member and high-functioning factotum Ozly Poz is not really interesting enough to merit even a brief biographical sketch, but something may be added here at some point.
Founding member and spoon guitarist extraordinaire Taw Taw was drafted into The Scrub Babies before he was old enough to know better. When he reached the age of majority and declared that he didn’t think he wanted to be in the band anymore, Bromo replied, “No one quits The Scrub Babies!” Since then he has adjusted.