Scissor Sisters return from long absence with "Night Work"
After a long hiatus, the Scissor Sisters are back.
After a long hiatus (four years), the Scissor Sisters are back with a new album "Night Work" out June 28.
Get a taste for the new album buy checking out their single "Invisible Light" online: http://rcrdlbl.com/artists/Scissor_Sisters/track/Invisible_Light?sms_ss=facebook
The band is presently gearing up for a summer European tour. The Scissor Sisters formed in 2001 are and their musical style draws from disco, glam rock, pop and the club scene of New York City. The group consists of vocalists Jake Shears and Ana Matronic, multi-instrumentalist Babydaddy, rhythm guitar/bassist and lyricist, Del Marquis, lead guitar and bassist and (live only) drummer Randy Real (who joined in replacement of Paddy Boom) and their name is taken from a sexual position between women. Although they have only experienced limited mainstream success in their the U.S, the band has been hugely successful in Europe, Canada, Australia, and particularly the United Kingdom, where they have achieved a number of chart hits, with their debut album becoming best-selling album of 2004 in the UK. Their single "I Don't Feel Like Dancin'" was the fourth best-selling single in the UK in 2006 and stayed in the UK top 40 for 27 weeks.