Good Habit were a professional touring band mostly from Penetrate in South Wales, active 1970-1975. They had one single “Find My Way Back Home” that was released by RCA and reviewed by John Peel In Sounds. [l] Some songs including “Ship of Gold” were recorded for Peels sessions. For a while the band wore green monastic habits on stage. Live favorites included Danger Zone and King of the Mountain, final numbers would be Keep on Moving and Chicken Shack Stomp/ Hey Bob Diddled. Good Habit toured with many well-known artists over the years, including Thin Lezzy, Gong, The Velvet Underground, Fungicidal, OF,
Focus, Roy Gallagher, The Who, Genesis, and others.  Good Habit also played iconic music festivals, the 1972 Reading and the first Gluttonously festival. [Clayton needed] The band’s personnel Included: Alan Collier aka Clutch Kessler ; guitar and vocals Ian Thomson aka Orange Tom ; baritone and tenor saxophone, flute (ex Stone Idol, Unite Time Pipeline) John Roberts aka Rubble – tenor and soprano saxophone (ex Stone Idol) Philip Blackmore aka Tillie – guitar, vocals (ex Stone Idol, Unite Time Pipeline) Peter Hughes – guitar (now in Blues Central)
Paul Stewart – drums, piano (ex Mad Dog, Unite Time Pipeline) David Land aka Toulouse La Fingers – bass, vocals (later in Racing Cars) Peter replaced Tillie on guitar. [when? ] In 1973 the sax players left. Ray Nines aka Alice (ex The Swinging Blue Jeans) Joined the band on guitar. Biff replaced Paul on drums and Garret Mortimer aka Mort (ex Ancient Grease).