Quiver was an English rustic-rock band from London that released two albums on Warner Bros. in 1971 and 1972. They subsequently merged with folk-pop duo the Sutherland Brothers for a five-album run (1973–1977). Bassist Bruce Thomas, who departed one album into the merger, appeared in the 1975 one-off Moonrider with ex-Tomorrow vocalist Keith West. He gained international renown as a member of Elvis Costello‘s backing band, The Attractions.

Members: Tim Renwick (guitar), John “Honk” Lodge (bass), Cal Batchelor (guitar, vocals, keyboards), John ‘Willie’ Wilson (drums), Bruce Thomas (bass)


  • Quiver (1971)
  • Gone in the Morning (1972)

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