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Shakespears Sister announce official reunion

“Neither of us wanted to go into it if there was anything apart from friendship and unity. We did not want a repeat of 1992. Life’s too short. So I think we just explored it slowly. I realised what a perfect writing partner she is for me”

Shakespears Sister have today announced their official reunion as a band, twenty-six years after they originally disbanded.

Shakespears Sister will release a Singles Collection, Singles Party on 19th July. The album features two new tracks ‘All The Queen’s Horses’ and ‘C U Next Tuesday’, as well as classic hits from the duo’s back catalogue. They embark on the Shakespears Sister Ride Again tour this October and November playing an extensive run of UK shows, including a night at The London Palladium. Full tour dates are listed below.

Pre-order the album and gain access to the tour pre-sale at https://shakespearssister.tmstor.es.

General sale for the tour begins 9am Friday 10th May at https://www.aegpresents.co.uk/events/detail/shakespears-sister.

As well as the new tracks ‘All The Queen’s Horses’ and ‘C U Next Tuesday’, Singles Party is made up of classic Shakespears Sister singles, including ‘Stay’, ‘You’re History’, ‘Hello (Turn Your Radio On)’, and ‘I Don’t Care’. The deluxe version of the album features another unreleased track ‘Cat Worship’ and remixes of ‘You’re History’ and ‘You Made Me Come To This’ remixed by Catz ‘n Dogz and HMD Pulsatron respectively.

Shakespears Sister’s debut album, 1989’s Sacred Heart was a top ten record and spawned the band’s first hit single, ‘You’re History’, which also went top ten. Even greater success followed with a second album, Hormonally Yours, in 1992; amongst its hit singles ‘I Don’t Care’, ‘Hello (Turn Your Radio On)’ and ‘Stay’, which remained at number one for eight weeks. The triumphs and accolades piled up: over a million albums sold, a Brit award for Best Video for ‘Stay’ and an Ivor Novello award for Outstanding Collection of Songs for the band’s second album, 1992’s Hormonally Yours. The pair went onto headline the Pyramid stage at Glastonbury in 1992 and supported Prince at Celtic Park at Prince’s personal request.

Singles Party is released through London Records on 19th July.
 
UK tour dates:

31/10/19 –  Royal Concert Hall –  Nottingham

01/11/19 – New Theatre – Oxford

02/11/19 – Empire –  Liverpool

04/11/19 – City Hall – Sheffield

05/11/19 – Palladium – London

08/11/19 – Royal Concert Hall – Glasgow

10/11/19 – The Sage – Gateshead

11/11/19 – Bridgewater Hall – Manchester

13/11/19 – Pavilion Theatre – Bournemouth

14/11/19 – The Forum – Bath

15/11/19 – Regent Theatre –  Ipswich

17/11/19 – Cliffs Pavilion – Southend

19/11/19 – Symphony Hall –  Birmingham

20/11/19 – Dome Concert Hall –  Brighton