Nineties sensations are back with a new album and tour
At their peak in the 1990s, All Saints were one of the hottest bands in the game: the combat-wearing, cool girl arch rivals to the Spice Girls, they burst onto the scene with I Know Where It’s At and went on to become one of biggest-selling pop acts of the decade.
Made up of Mel Blatt, Shaznay Lewis and sisters Nicole and Natalie Appleton, they enjoyed huge hits with tracks like Never Ever, Pure Shores and Black Coffee, picking up a slew of BRIT awards before an acrimonious split 2001.
Happily, the quarrels are now, ahem, water under the bridge and they’re back on the road and making new music together. Their latest album Testament has been met with widespread critical acclaim. Catch them on 29 November at the Corn Exchange, tickets from £32.50.