Over the next few years Rob started a new Band, Yehman who comprised of Julian Wallond on Guitar, David Gardner on Drums, Mark Paddick on Bass and Mark Hatter on keyboards. They played many gigs and produced the E.P. A Relatively sound Experience. After many gigs Yehman recorded another E.P. Thumper which was recorded at Guildford University. Yehman then played the Guildford Civic Hall indoor Festival this turned out to be Yehman’s final gig and they split in 2002.
After the demise of Yehman, Rob again joined forces with his brother Steve Foster and started a new three piece band Bonobo with Steve on bass and Rob Miles on drums, Rob drafted in Ex Womb Bassist Andy Leighton who had switched his instrument to guitar, Bonobo recorded the 4 track E.P. 4.5 Inches Too Big after a good couple of years Rob Myers the drummer decided to leave, so Rob Foster, Steve Foster and Andy Leighton carried on with a new name Beware the Kraken.They brought in Simon Kominsky on drums. BTK as they were known carried on in the same vein as Bonobo, playing and rehearsing extensively before releasing the album Speculative Echo. Following a similar pattern, Simon left for pastures new, Andy started the Portsmouth Punk movement with Shooting Fish, Steve joined Cerveza.
BTK split at the beginning of 2011.
Rob decided to go solo, just him and his acoustic guitar, has played a number of gigs, including Guilfest 2011.
The rest of the story remains to be written….