Fumble were an English Rock and roll revival group in the 1970s that formed in 1967 and disbanded in 1982. They had specialised in covering rock and roll classics. Although they were never particularly successful, the band did achieve some recognition appearing at some Festivals and in the Oh Boy TV-series. The group was formed in 1967 in Weston-super-Mare/England by singer Des Henly and bassist Mario Ferrari under the name of The Baloons. In 1971 they changed their name to Fumble and in September 1972 released their first LP Fumble on the EMI-Sovereign record label.