After a conspicuous absence from the Australian music scene for two years, vocalist Johanna Pigott re-emerged in 1984 with Scribble.
Apart from a brief stint on bass with Sardine V, her last musical foray had been with the Sydney inner-city band, XL Capris.
Along with XL’s guitarist Errol (Tim) Gooding, she also wrote Sweet and Sour, a television series for the ABC.
Scribble (both the name of a seven-track mini album and the loose combo assembled by Pigott as a band) was primarily a collaboration between herself and Dragon bass player, Todd Hunter.
Two albums followed; So Far (1985) and Pop Art (1986). But although there was much cult interest, Scribble achieved little commercial success and were defunct by 1987.