Andro joined Witchfynde as their bass guitarist in early 1975 and remained their bassist for five years until July 1980. This included recording their seminal album Give ‘Em Hell released in February 1980 which sold a thousand copies the first week of release. They also from January 1980 went on a successful tour supporting Def Leppard until the 1st March. Unfortunately later that year in July 1980 after a gig in Wolverhampton, Andro and Witchfynde parted company for a number of reasons, after recording three tracks for their second album Stage Fright (Wake Up Screaming, In The Stars and Wouldn't Be Seen Dead In Heaven).
Andro went on to form his own band Malleus 3 days after leaving Witchfynde.
Andro Coulton’s Witchfynde was conceived in 2019 after Andro had been urged to start a ‘Witchfynde’ band to bring his heritage back to audiences worldwide. He talked to various musicians in the spring and summer of 2019 and from this AC's Witchfynde was born. 
Andro Coulton’s Witchfynde’s first gig was at the British Steel Festival, Fismes, France, where they were a fantastic success with fans saying such things as, ‘I’ve listened to this music for 40 years but I never thought I would ever hear it live, thank you for coming to France’
It is our mission to replicate this reaction from as many people around the world as we can and GIVE ‘EM HELL!
During the Covid lockdown of 2020 a 40th anniversary new recording of Witchfynde's original single Give 'Em Hell b/w Getting Heavy was released to massive airplay and has virtually sold out.

Andro Coulton's Witchfynde are:-

Shaz Coulton - Rhythm Guitar
Andro Coulton - Bass Guitar
Dave Murray - Vocals
Tracey Abbott - Lead Guitar
Lucas Gurney - Drums

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