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Jennifer's Veil was a continuation of the Mercy Beat with three new band members, Troy, Jason and Andrew. They took their band name from the title of a Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds song.
- Phil Leitch (vocals)
- Andrew Charon (bass)
- Joel Lee (guitar)
- Troy Warling (guitar)
- Jason Cossette (drums)
- Bassist Andrew Charon was known to play barefoot.
- Once opened a show with a 15 minute tape loop featuring thunderstorms, quotes from Bono, samples from Stars on 45 and other found sounds.
- Opened all their shows with their goth-surf instrumental, 'Surfin' Dead'. Written by Chris Meyer when he was with Mercybeat. He was lightly miffed when the band played it without him.
- John Lamb was known to heckle the band.
- Phil often wore ridiculous clothes.
- Andrew and Phil "reformed" the band in October of 2015 to re-record some of the songs (Crack of Dawn, Step on Me).
- Played often at the Broadway Junction
- A limited edition cassette was given away at one show.
- Some recordings of the band do exist but nothing was ever released.