Kingmaker are, it’s fair to say, not as fondly remembered as many of their peers. That’s if they are remembered at all. The Kingmaker backlash started with the singles 10 Years Asleep and Queen Jane, from second album Sleepwalking in 1993, songs that inspired the fiercest of rage and derision in Melody Maker and the NME. Add record label interference to constantly being the butt of the indie joke, and it’s a wonder they bothered to keep going for two more long years before splitting in 1995.