The nineties started with the same members, Wyn, Paul and Richard. The band were not playing as many gigs as in the past but they were booked regularly at Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff, in Aberystwyth and the occasional gig in North Wales and Carmarthen. There then followed a quiet period for the group (even though Fflach was very busy) but in 1993, and with new songs written they recorded another album/cassette called Ddy Mwfi (The Movie), among the guest musicians were Chris Lewis, Myfyr Isaac and Peter Taylor Wood. This proved to be a rejuvenation for the band and the cassette had a good reaction from the media, which included Radio Cymru. They recorded two or three TV programmes performing songs from the album and did one video of the song Gormod o Frains (Too Much Brains) which was produced by Rhys Williams.

The Urdd National Eisteddfod came to North Pembrokeshire and the Preseli area in 1995 and a collection of artists from the area recorded a compilation at Fflach and it included a song by A.S. called Trip i Llandoch (Trip to Llandoch). A little after this time Paul joined a band called Electrasy (some other members were from West Wales) and he enjoyed success with them, appearing on the Chris Evans show - TFI Friday, recording an album and playing in the USA.

From 1996 on the line-up changed once more with Jim Saunders joining on guitar and Mathew Lundberg becoming the new drummer, this line-up was to last for a few years. Jim and Mathew were both members of Cardigan band RMS, Jim had been a member of Birmingham punk band Model Mania. Even though no new recordings were being done the gig offers were coming in, they were invited to play in Bala on numerous occasions, as well as Lampeter, the Cnapan Festival in Ffostrasol, Talybont, near Aberystwyth, Aberaeron, Llangrannog, Carmarthen as well as gigs in the Cardigan area. They played two or three times during the Radio 1 Music Live Week and this brought a new audience to the band and to Welsh pop/rock in general......

Ail Symudiad - Ddy Mwfi (The Movie)

Hela'r Twrch - Eisteddfod yr Urdd Bro'r Preseli 1995.

POP Album of the year 1993.

Wyn Jones, Paul Pridmore, Richard Jones 1993.