Sister Bliss Hints At New Music From Faithless

The group celebrate their twentieth birthday by hinting that it may not be the end for Faithless.

Faithless mark two decades by hinting that their 2.0 album might not be the end

In an exclusive interview for Ministry of Sound radio, Sister Bliss spoke about the possibility of Faithless releasing new material, after their 2010 album The Dance was cited as the group's last album together. 

“I’m hoping that Faithless 2.0 won’t be the last thing that we do. We’re in the studio doing a lot of collaborations with some very cool artists… Who knows, it might form the basis of a brand new Faithless album.”

Sister Bliss in her studio

The group split in 2011, after performing two farewell shows at their home venue, Brixton Academy. They regrouped this year to celebrate their twentieth anniversary with a string of festival dates and a commemorative album.

Sister Bliss calls 2.0, which comes out today, “a brilliant way to update our classics and bring them to a new audience”, with several of the group's biggest tracks remixed by big names in EDM, including Tiesto, Axwell and Avicii. 

In the interview she adds a lament to the “rise of the VIP and table service culture”, saying “it really wasn’t about that back in the day, it was about getting down on the dancefloor and going completely bonkers”.

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Written by Tamara Roper

09 Oct 2015