Kate Mullins of The Puppini Sisters checked in with fans on the a cappella trio’s Facebook earlier this morning, showing some sympathy towards Lana Del Ray after her performance over the weekend on ‘SNL’ in promotion of her debut album ‘Born To Die’. Kate writes:
Feel a bit sorry for all the backlash Lana Del Ray is getting from her performance on Saturday Night Live. She looked terrified! How is anyone supposed to live up to the level of hype she’s had? K xxx
Kate Mullins of the The Puppini Sisters checked in with the English music trio’s Facebook fans earlier today, talking about what they have planned for the rest of the year. Kate writes:
Had a good meeting with the girls and our manager in Maida Vale today. What could be better than discussing the schemes and scheduling of our next three months including our new album, Michael Buble and the further intricacies of world domination, over a fine Raoul’s mezze platter and a glass of cold rose?! On this note, it’s going to be a brilliant few months to come… K xxx
Marcella Puppini of The Puppini Sisters checked in with her Twitter followers (@Puppini_Sisters) with news on new material to follow up their ‘Christmas with the Puppini Sisters’ holiday album. The a cappella artist writes:
Back into the studio tomorrow for more exciting fabulousness. Just wait til you see what we’re up to….:-). X. Marcella
The Puppini Sisters are out with the music video to their new single ‘Spooky’, a cover of the Classics IV’s 1968 hit, from the album ‘The Rise and Fall of Ruby Woo’, out in the UK on October 1st. Watch it below the cut. (more…)
Puppini Sisters performed in concert at Madame JoJos in London, England on Wednesday (September 27). Check out pictures from FilmMagic.
The Puppini Sisters performed on stage at G-A-Y at the Astoria on Saturday (September 2) in London, England. Check out pictures from GettyImages.