Six years after wowing the afternoon crowd at the Pyramid stage in 2004, flamboyant New York troop Scissor Sisters return to unveil their much agonised over third album. After their 2007 world tour, the band went to ground and spent the following year recording new material. Struggling to satisfy their creative ambitions the prospective new album was shelved and re-written, with charismatic front man Jake Shears rediscovering his love of music in the clubs of Berlin. Reconvening with Ana Matronic, Babydaddy, Del Marquis and new drummer Randy Real, Scissor Sisters have created Night Work, their new album which promises you will 'feel like dancin'. They warm up the crowd for headliners Muse on the main stage on Saturday.
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After their first album we expected something extraordinary...
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