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The Rumble Strips were an English band from Tavistock, Devon. The band took their name from rumble strips, which are a series of small, continuous lines of bumps across a road with fast-moving traffic, to remind traffic to slow down in time for a roundabout. Having known each other since childhood, a precise conception date for the band doesn't really exist. The line-up remained the same throughout until they disbanded in 2010. The band were signed to Fallout Records, a subsidiary of Universal Island Records.
Lead singer Charlie Waller was involved in music from an early age, initial inspirations included Lou Reed's Transformer and bands such as Adam and the Ants. He moved to London for art college and played with his band from Devon, the Action Heroes. After the Action Heroes realised they had been playing together for 9 years, they felt the need for change. With the