Saturday December 7, 2019


All Saints; Red Flag

10th April, 2016

When it comes to pop music, All Saints were the epitome of cool in the 1990s and, 19 years since the release of their first album, their status holds true today. With Shaznay Lewis back as lead songwriter, Red Flag is all about weathering the storm, and it contains two of their best singles to date: One Strike, an understated break-up song inspired by Nicole Appleton’s divorce from Noel Gallagher, and One Woman Man, where...

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