Lisa Scott-Lee has shared another taster of the new tracks from the ‘Unleashed’ edition of her solo debut, ‘Never Or Now’, in the form of 24/7.
A collaboration with The Skywalkers, the song was recorded during sessions for the album in the early 2000s and is one of a handful of unreleased recordings to feature on the new edition.
Also featuring on the LP is Burnt Out And Falling with Chicane, which is out now, ahead of the album’s planned release on October 6.
Listen to 24/7 below.
It comes after Lisa took to the stage at Mighty Hoopla in Brockwell Park, London to celebrate the 20th anniversary of her debut solo single, Lately.
In between performances of her own singles Too Far Gone and Electric, plus the group’s hits Better The Devil You Know, Stomp and Tragedy, and a cover of Bryan Adams’ Heaven, she hinted there’s more solo music to come.
“I’ve been in the studio with Ian Masterson, he’s very talented,” beamed Lisa. “I do have to say – it’s been 20 years since I wrote and recorded ‘Lately’ and my album but the great thing is it’s coming out later in the year!”
Elsewhere in her seven-song set, Lisa – who entered the stage wearing a long white coat and dark sunglasses before revealing a shimmering silver bodysuit – also offered promising news for Steps fans.
“I wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for Steps,” she said. “As you know, Steps is a massive, massive part of my life – it always has been.
“We’ve had an incredible 25 years but in the last five years we have released four albums, we’ve had more number ones and it’s just been amazing. But there’s more to come, so don’t worry!”