Brit-Pop fans rejoice!
For, not only are Mutya Keisha Siobhan back in a literal capacity, they are sonically stronger than ever as evidenced at their sell-out comeback gig last night.
The trio (who first rose to prominence as the original line-up of the Sugababes) rocked London’s Scala with a stellar set that whet appetites aplenty for their first album in over 10 years.
Given the…interesting….history that accompanies the “Sugababes” narrative (one best summed up with the words “revolving” and “door”), many have wondered whether MKS would re-tread material released by other incarnations of the band during their re-introduction.
The answer was an emphatic “yes”, with the ladies serving up must-see showings of ‘Babes favourites such as ‘Freak Like Me’ and ‘Stronger’. Also present on the setlist were the gems this line-up released under the Sugababes moniker (‘Overload’ and ‘Run For Cover’).
Yet while there was an air of retrospective during the show, the focus was very much on the future – more specifically the group’s new LP. The project’s lead single ‘Flatline’ received its debut live showing, while the previously teased ‘Boys’ was also performed. Another new cut titled ‘I’m Alright’ proved quite the crowd pleaser.
So what are you waiting for? Check out MKS in action after the jump!