"This turned out to be one of the last gigs with the original line up as Morris and Mc Kay departed a few days after this gig causing some of the tour to be scrapped whilst new members were very quickly found.
The Cure's Robert Smith found himself very busy as he filled in for the rest of the tour playing two sets a night.
Morris's drum stool was filled by Budgie from the Slits who later became Sioux's other half.
By 2008 Siouxsie was recording and touring as a solo artiste.
Some of the punk ethic clearly hasn't deserted her judging by a very hostile interview for Uncut magazine in 2007.
He was the drummer of the influential band Siouxsie and the Banshees (1979–1996) and its side-project The Creatures (1981–2004).
In 2010, Budgie has created a new project called The Butterfly Effect: East-West Percussive Parade with percusionists Leonard Eto from Japan and Mabi from South Africa.
Outside the Banshees and the Creatures, the drummer also made collaborations.