Derby's Stumble had released a couple of singles through independent labels, but it was their emergence as one of peoplesound.com's best-selling artists in late 1999 that put them firmly on the map. Hand-picked by peoplesound's head of A&R when the site was still taking its first steps, Stumble were something of a flagship band, featuring as they did on a BBC TV documentary about the internet music revolution. Stumble have built on this success with the release of the insanely catchy 'Wait Don't Fire', signing to Fierce Panda. They recently featured on Fierce Panda's 'Cheffing and Blinding' EP alongside Six By Seven and Kaito, and last summer saw them taking to the stage at the V2000 festival. On the road, they've passed through this neck of the woods on two previous occasions, the second so impressive that Nightshift, frothing at the mouth, exclaimed that 'Stumble are heading for immortality'.