S Club release their first single in 20 years ‘These Are The Days’ Bradley, Jo, Jon, Rachel and Tina have teamed up with the band’s original No.1 hit songwriting team of Cathy Dennis, Simon Ellis, Johanne Ellis and producer John Nathaniel.
The track pays tribute to their former friend and beloved S Club member Paul Cattermole with a moving film story that ends with S Club revealed as the five-piece pop act that they are today.
‘These Are The Days’ is being released via Universal Music UK as part of a brand new global partnership. is set to mark the British group’s 25th anniversary and a 15-date UK arena tour planned for Autumn 2023 which has been renamed “S Club: The Good Times Tour” as a tribute to Paul by taking the name of an S Club song and a big fan favourite on which he sang lead vocals.
Formed by Simon Fuller, the 25th-anniversary tour is an opportunity for S Club fans of every generation to come together and re-experience the timeless pop hits that soundtracked the British charts for five years.
|12 Oct 23||Manchester AO Arena|
|13 Oct 23||Liverpool M&S Bank Arena|
|14 Oct 23||Sheffield Utilita Arena|
|16 Oct 23||Dublin 3Arena|
|18 Oct 23||Glasgow OVO Hydro|
|19 Oct 23||Newcastle Utilita Arena|
|20 Oct 23||Leeds First Direct Arena|
|21 Oct 23||Manchester AO Arena|
|23 Oct 23||Cardiff International Arena|
|24 Oct 23||Nottingham Motorpoint Arena|
|26 Oct 23||Birmingham Utilita Arena Birmingham|
|27 Oct 23||London The O2|
|28 Oct 23||London The O2 Matinee|
|28 Oct 23||London The O2|
|29 Oct 23||Birmingham Utilita Arena Birmingham|
You can buy tour tickets here!