This article was found from an unknown paper, but it gives a little info about the band. The image can't be viewed any larger, sorry. Translation of the article below.
SUBWAY SECT Vic Godard (vocals), Robert Miller (guitar), Paul Myers (bass), and Paul Smith (drums) Info about the lineup in the bio section.
Aged 18 and 19,from Mortlake, they formed because, Paul Myers says, being unemployed "got boring during the days". Robert has been playing for three months, his Fender Mustang inches south of his chin a la Pacemaker era Gerry Marsden. Smith has been playing for four weeks. Although influenced by the Sex Pistols, they have a strong originality and identity. Myers and Smith are solid and uncomplicated, while Miller overlays a fast strummed rhythm, varying it for the "solos". Godard sings and chews gum at the same time, presenting simple, interesting lyrics. They don't move much on stage, looking bored without it being affected. Musical tastes include Television, the Velvet Underground, first heard a year ago after listening to Lou Reed's solo work--"And we didn't think much of Lou"-- and the New York Dolls --"But they weren't serious". Interestingly, they are unfamiliar with the other, new wave staples, the Small Faces and early Who. Their biggest problem is finding a rehearsal room cheap enough for them to rehearse every day; they credit Malcolm Mclaren with getting them before the public eye. "Otherwise we'd be still playing among ourselves."