Discussion in 'Steps' started by Ag, Nov 13, 2017.
Faye really is the QOL of QOLS.
Lisa mugging the camera was such a highlight!
Also: Saara Aalto: QOL QOL QOL.
Faye is literally the ULTIMATE popstar
Clare was thin. Faye was goddess like. Lisa was as desperate as ever. H was dialled down as it goes.
They really do provide continuity in my life.
Can we please have some hot setlist chat since my show was cancelled.
Summer of Love
Better the Devil You Know
5, 6, 7, 8
Say You'll Be Mine
It's the Way You Make Me Feel
Scared of the Dark
Glitter & Gold
No More Tears On The Dancefloor
Better Best Forgotten / Last Thing on My Mind
Love U More / You'll Be Sorry / After the Love Has Gone / Love's Got a Hold on My Heart
Deeper Shade of Blue
One for Sorrow
It was pretty much WALL to WALL BANGERS.
Do we really not have a Saara Aalto TOPIC? She really is the pop star we deserve, all while pop is in the doldrums.
Was there one for her album? It was certainly mentioned.
I searched for it, but came up with nothing.
It may be in the Finnish Eurovision thread.
Also Blue were FAIRLY DECENT from what you'd expect of Blue. Certainly competent. Lee Ryan is a fascinating creature. I feel like he's spent a large chunk of his life not knowing what he's apologising for. They very much fell into the "you know more Blue songs then you think you do".
This needs to be an Annual event
I loved his speech on the power of positive thinking. He’s an unintentional pop icon.
He did make a speech about something, which most people roundly mocked. But he does try.
Monsta you were at the Canterbury show weren’t you ?
So handy with that J SAINSBURY Next to the venue
Thi I got moaned at for “being too tall” so maintained my routines all night
It was nice! Didn't see much more than the cathedral and the marina though.
Sounds like your show was only marginally less SHAMBOLIC than mine
I still can't put my finger on why it was so much better than the November show but it really WAS
I didn't go to the last tour, but it was definitely better the 2012 gig I went to. They can't really compare to when I saw them back in 1999/2000.
Outside gigs are always so much better then venues. One of my favourite ever gigs was Pet Shop Boys in Thetford Forest.
Also, it was possibly shambolic, but I didn't really GIVE A SHIT!
Yes! It was all a bit last minute.
Saddened to have missed CANTERBURY PRIDE.
I doubt you missed much I didn’t go I went to a bottomless brunch
Oh the irony
There ISN'T anything more. Then you get in the car and drive on to Regency Cheltenham.
Loving that this PROVINCIAL TOUR is serving as a 2018 version of an old AA guide to BRITISH CATHEDRAL and ROMAN WALL CITIES for GAYS.
For the next tour, perhaps they can do it in conjunction with the National Trust.
As long as it's NOT ENGLISH HERITAGE!
Steps Brown Sign Tour 2019.
Steps should be donated to the National Trust and PRESERVED for POSTERITY. Don't let English Heritage get their nasty mitts on them or it will be all INTERPRETIVE BOARDS and SURLY GUIDES before you can BLINK.
Outside gigs are definitely the ticket, though I wouldn't bother with anything in a stadium these days. It all felt quite Pride-esque (both in terms of crowd and atmosphere which did add to the fun. Plus they all seemed to be having a REALLY good time
That's pretty much what the barista in one of the cafes said
Ha all you need to see really
Taking to the stage for the first time ever down under next year.
Actually looks like a blinding line up
Booking my flights
In all seriousness, hoping this means we are going to get a new album in 2020?
Why bother? It's probably the same line up as Swindon Pride 2020.
Claire said a month or so ago that the next album is pretty much finished, so looking promising.
I saw that on my FB. I assumed it was just a £££ thing but one can hope there's new music on the way
Alice Deejay is fair doing the rounds. She was the support act to Atomic Kitten at my local lights switch on.