Former Bananarama member Siobhan Fahey (aka Shakespears Sister) is back with a new song called "Hell.A." with the group Titán.
It's been awhile since we heard from Siobhan. If you don't know her, she was an original member of Bananarama from 1980 to 1988. Bananarama with Siobhan are best known for their hits "Really Saying Something", "Shy Boy", "Na Na Hey Hey (Kiss Him Goodbye)", "Cruel Summer", "Robert De Niro's Waiting", "Venus", "I Heard A Rumour", "Love In The First Degree", and "I Can't Help It."
Siobhan went on to form Shakespears Sister. Initially, it was to be a solo venture for her, but it ended up morphing into a duo with Marcella Detroit before becoming a solo venture again. Shakespears Sister are best known for their songs "You're History", "Stay", "I Don't Care", "Hello (Turn Your Radio On)", "I Can Drive", and "It's A Trip."
Siobhan even released three singles under her own name between 2002 and 2005: "Bitter Pill", "Pulsation", and "Bad Blood."
I'm not sure exactly who Titán is, but apparently they are an electronic rock group. They have a new album out called Dama. You can listen to the new song "Hell.A." here ...
Siobhan is channeling her inner Grace Jones and we love it! And the male rapper is channeling Jean-Pierre Barda from Army Of Lovers! Check out this amazing performance ...
"Hell.A." is available on digital outlets everywhere. Buy your copy today!
P.S. For the latest on Siobhan Fahey, like her Official Facebook page. And you should definitely like the fan page The Shimmering World of Siobhan Fahey & Shakespears Sister. And while you are on Facebook, remember to like Poptastic Confessions Facebook page!