I've heard there's already disharmony in The Boneflowers camp. My wife is friends with Cressa's fishmonger and, as well as telling her about how skate genitals look very similar to human genitals, he also told her that there was an incident between Cressa and Zak Starkey involving Pliers. Not the tool - pliers - but the vibes man - Pliers - who used to perform with Chaka Demus. Starkey wanted Pliers to replace Cressa so the band could infuse a new track - "The Peach and Giant James" - with more of a Reggae/Dancehall sound. If this is the end of The Boneflowers, I, for one, will be relieved it's all over.