Naive duffel-coated teen runaway Suzy (Maggie Stride) turns up in London and seeks out her old school friend Fiona (Gay Singleton), who is a groupie with drab prog rock no-hopers Forever More.
Fiona takes Suzy under her wing, but the band aren’t quite so keen – throwing her out when they leave London for a short tour. Forced to live rough, she hooks up with the Nick Drake-like Pogo (Robin Daubigny), making a living from busking, sleeping amongst the rubble of the capital by night.
But when Pogo is knocked down and killed, Suzy is forced to seek out Fiona again, this time carving out a niche with the band – working her way through the members (so to speak) and the manager – before picking up the main prize of lead singer Lee (Allan Gorrie) – and ousting Fiona from her position of ‘queen of the groupies’ at the same time.
In one scene, a hippy asks Suzy what she wants in life. “Something to eat,” she replies, neatly summing up the death of the 1960s dream.
Prog bands Comus and Titus Groan also star and nobody has any fun whatsoever.