Issue 7 | September 2022
Celebrating their unrivalled pop legacy, Claire Richards, Faye Tozer, Ian ‘H’ Watkins, Lisa Scott-Lee and Lee Latchford-Evans look back on a lifetime of hits and reveal what's still to come from the Fab Five.
Sticking with the celebratory theme, we mark the release of Madonna’s ‘Finally Enough Love’ remix collection with a trip down memory lane, exploring her finest club moments and dance floor legacy, while Shakespears Sister’s Siobhan Fahey talks 30 years of their seminal second album ‘Hormonally Yours’ - and 40 years in the music industry - in a fabulous interview feature.
Also back on the scene is Altered Images, with leading lady Clare Grogan discussing the events that lured her back into the studio to record the group’s first long-player in four decades.
There’s loads more on offer: Deacon Blue frontman Ricky Ross launches his new solo album and memoir with a reflective chat, looking back on his chart legacy; we dive into the vault and unearth a gem of an interview with Martika; Hot Chip’s Joe Goddard discusses the creation of their new album ‘Freakout/Release’ and skipping their 20th anniversary celebrations during Covid; and The Vamps mark the group's 10th anniversary.
All that and more in the latest issue of Retro Pop!