Yesterday, the legendary chart-topping British pop icons S Club reunited to release their first piece of music in 20 years – a single, titled ‘These Are The Days’, released in memory of Paul Cattermole, who died earlier this year due to heart failure. Accompanied by a music video which shows the group’s members looking through photographs and memoirs of their history, the song has already achieved great success and acclaim, seen as a perfect tribute to both Cattermole and S Club 7’s legacy.
The Hives officially formed in Fagersta, Sweden, back in 1993, but legend has it they actually started in 1989, under another name, and with a different sound. In any case, they came to prominence in the mid 2000s, during the revival of garage rock. Currently on tour across the UK and Ireland with Arctic Monkeys, The Hives will also be performing on the Other Stage, at Glastonbury, on June 23.
Following a week of performances at CMA Fest in Nashville, including the Grand Old Opry, Ryman Auditorium, and appearances with Marty Stuart and Lainey Wilson. Lukas Nelson and his band POTR will commence their UK and Ireland headline tour tonight, June 13, at Oxford’s O2 Academy 2. Nelson’s new album, ‘Sticks And Stones’, will be released on July 14.