New video from Scissor Sisters! Single 'Baby Come Home' out July 23rd. Album out now!
With their fantastic new album ‘Magic Hour’ out this week & on course to debut in the Top 5 in the UK official charts, Scissor Sisters have uploaded a brand new video and announced details of their next single.
‘Baby Come Home’ will be the second official single from ‘Magic Hour’ and is to be released on July 23rd. The accompanying video, directed by Lorenzo Fonda, sees the band pulling off an impressive array of costumes as only Scissor Sisters can. If you’ve ever wondered what Jake Shears would look like as a nun, here’s the answer!
‘Baby Come Home’ follows the euphoric Calvin Harris-produced single ‘Only The Horses’, which hit the charts following Scissor Sisters’ live performance on The Voice and two intimate sold out shows at Shepherd’s Bush Empire.
This new single aired for the first time last week when the band performed it live on The Graham Norton Show, which you can watch here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=oOaqEnsl3u0
‘Magic Hour’ is the result of a series of team-ups between Scissor Sisters – Jake Shears, Babydaddy, Ana Matronic and Del Marquis - and a whole host of stellar artists, writers and producers, including Azealia Banks, Calvin Harris, Stuart Price, Pharrell Williams, Diplo and Alex Rihda, the German electronic music producer and DJ behind BoysNoize.
See Scissor Sisters live in the UK in October:
1st Dublin Olympia
2nd Belfast Waterfront
15th Portsmouth Guildhall
16th Leeds O2 Academy
19th Glasgow Barrowlands
20th Manchester Apollo
22nd Bristol Colston Hall
23rd London Roundhouse
24th London Roundhouse
Praise for ‘Magic Hour’:
“Effortless and instantly classic.”- Uncut
“Glorious”- The Times
“The pop world sounds brighter with the Scissors slicing through it.”- Metro
“A fabulous soirée”– DigitalSpy
“This is the sound of a band truly enjoying themselves in the studio”– MusicOMH
“A much-needed injection of sunshine”– Glamour Online
“A perfect summer album that will leave Scissor Sisters fans in no doubt that the band has turned a corner.”– Red Online
“Their progress is marked by a developed sense of reflection, which balances their familiar flamboyance quite wonderfully.”- BBC