Could Scissor Sisters frontman Jake Shears be adding a bit of a fancy touch to the new Queens of the Stone Age record? If his latest tweets are anything to go by, it certainly seems to be the case. Rolling Stone reports that Shears has posted a couple of tweets mentioning how he’s hanging out
New York glam-queens Scissor Sisters have revealed that they will be taking a break for the foreseeable future – after 11 years and four albums, including their most recent release Magic Hour. There was initial confusion after they gave brief clues at their headlining show in London yesterday. Jake Shears took a moment between songs
New York glam-queens Scissor Sisters will return to Australia this September on the back of their new album Magic Hour. Last out here for Summadayze and Pyramid Rock at the end of last/beginning of this year, we’ll see them back again to play three shows in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney. For their new album, the
Our Senior Music Feeds Reporter, Patrick Abboud, speaks to Baby Daddy – co-founder of the now 5-piece dirty-glam band Scissor Sisters.
Princes and princesses of glam pop Scissor Sisters are back with some flare on their new record Magic Hour. Now with my only real memory of Scissor Sisters being their hit single I Don’t Feel Like Dancing, I was, understandably, skeptical of the quality of this record. Let me tell you now that this record
Pitchfork have posted that the Scissor Sisters’ new album Magic Hour is set for international release on May 28, 2012.
Crowd members threw bottles at the Scissor Sisters during their headline set at The Pyramid Rock Festival on New Year’s Eve.
Scissor Sisters have announced they’re working on album number four.