All Saints are back and playing Liverpool next week…
Following their comeback show at London’s KOKO in April that sold out in 60 seconds, All Saints have announced the details of their first full UK headline tour in over fifteen years. The ten date run will see the quartet perform across some of the UK’s major cities in Autumn and coming to Liverpool’s O2 Academy on Tuesday 11th October.
With a career spanning over a decade, All Saints became one of the most symbolic British pop groups of the 1990s with 12million record sales, five number one singles, two multi-platinum albums and two Brit awards.Having received an overwhelming response from their new single ‘One Strike’, the group will release their first album in ten years ‘Red Flag’ on April 8th.
Making their highly anticipated return to the live music circuit the group will perform new material from their upcoming album along with all their classic hits.
Speaking on the new tour the band state, “We couldn’t be more excited to be heading out on the road to perform across the UK this October. Playing live is our favourite thing to do as a band and we can’t wait to perform all our hits plus some new tracks from ‘Red Flag’. It’s incredible to think our last proper tour was over 15 years ago. So we’ve been waiting for this moment for a very long time. From the feedback we’ve read online it seems like A LOT of our fans have been anxiously waiting too. We can’t wait to get out there and see everyone.”
All Saints play O2 Academy Liverpool on Tuesday 11th October.