Adam and the Ants is a British rock band. The band was formed by Adam Ant in early 1977 in London, England that consists ofLester Square (guitar), Andy Warren (bass guitar) and Paul Flannagan (Drums). May 5, 1977, Square left the band after their first gig at a bedroom in Muswell Hill, to finish the art school and form band later. Mark Ryan was the one who replaced him and played formal gigs at ICA in London on 10 May 1977. In early June, Flanagan was substitute by Dave Barbe and the new line-up recorded "Plastic Surgery" with seven other unreleased demos which dubbed the "Jubilee Demos" by bootleggers and featured in the Jubilee (film). In October 1977, Ryan was replaced by Johnny Bivouac.
In 23 January 1978, Adam and the Ants made their radio debut on the John Peel show including the song "Lou" featuring the group's manager Jordan who guested on lead vocals (she did on live performance of the song from mid 1977 until May 1978 when she left the band). The next day, the band re-recorded "Deutscher Girls" for the Jubilee soundtrack album, which will be released in April. The two tracks on the album being group's vinyl debut.