Noughties dance act look completely different as they reunite for 25th anniversary gigs | The Sun

NOUGHTIES dance act Kosheen looked completely different as they reunited for their 25th anniversary gigs.

The band – which consists of Sian Evans, Markee Ledge and Darren Decoder – shot to fame in 1999.

The electronic music group, from Bristol, have released a number of albums over the years.

Their debut – Resist – came in at number eight in 2001, followed by Kokopelli two years later, and Damage in 2007.

They are best known for songs such as All In My Head, Catch and Hide U.

Kosheen carried on making music together until 2015 and then focused on their solo careers.

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In 2019 they reunited and are currently touring.

In 2021 they celebrated 20 years with their Resist 20th Anniversary Tour.

Now they're back doing what they love again – being on stage in front of fans.

Taking to their official Twitter page, they shared a snap of them on stage with the caption: "Kosheen are still performing.

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"Thanks to everyone that’s made it to one of the shows last week

"The tour continues!"

The band are still yet to perform in varius other places in the UK AND Australia.

Over here they still have to visit Southampton, Cambridge, Bath, Birmingham, and Stoke on Trent..

Down Under they will be visiting Perth, Darwin, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney.

They'll be wrapping up their tour back in the UK at venues such as Bedford, Margate and Exeter.

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