Curved Air are a British progressive rock band established in 1970. They have famously disbanded and reformed three times after they first performed with singer Sonja Kristina, with guitarist and keyboard player Francis Monkman, drummer Florian Pilkington-Miska, violinist Darryl Way and bassist Rob Martin from the band Sisyphus. Their colourful and flamboyant debut album 'Air Conditioning' (1970) went to number eight on the UK Official Albums Chart and their eponymous second album reached number eleven in 1971. The track 'Back Street Luv' from that release peaked at number four. Their next release, 1972's 'Phantasmagoria', when to number 20. They toured America but disbanded in 1973 and the members when on to pursue solo careers. Various musicians came and went after they reformed in 2008. The current line-up features vocalist Kristina, bassist Chris Harris, guitarist Kit Morgan, Robert Norton on keyboards, violinist Sax and drummer Andy Tween. A newly remastered version of their 1974 album 'Ai Cut' came out in January 2018 and their 2018 dates included appearances across the UK.