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B*Witched Interview: Wyburn & Wayne



B*Witched are back! And they are coming to Cardiff to play Pride Cymru. With hits like C'est La Vie & Rollercoaster their performance is set to be one of many highlights to expect at this years Pride. We had a chat with Edele & Sinead about what it's like to be back and what to expect at their Cardiff gig.

W&W: Hi Girls, so how does it feel being back together in B*Witched?

Edele: It's incredible being with the girls, we just have such a great time together. It's almost more fun now days without the pressure of chart positions etc. It's about the performance, eachother and our audience and getting all of that on board together and that's where the magic happens.

Sinead: Since The Big Reunion things are more relaxed. I love that we get to catch up, have dinner & perform. I feel very blessed.

W&W: What was it like playing big venues like The O2?

Edele: Getting to play 2 sold out arena tours all over again was amazing. It was unbelievable watching 18,000 people leave the 02, only to watch 18,000 more come in for show 2 on the same day. It's incredible the effect our music and performance still has on people. 

W&W: Ok, so your familiar with Nathans work, he created the single cover for your track 'Love & Money' using denim. If you was to have a portrait made out of something special to you what would it be and why?

Edele: I still can't believe your talent, the denim portrait you made of B*witched is fabulous. I showed it my kids the other day, they were in awe of your capabilities, we continued watching you YouTube channel for quite a while. You're fantastic. If I had to be made out of something else, I think it would be diamonds, original and flawless, that's me, haha.

Sinead: Ooo I would say chocolate, obviously cause I love chocolate.


W&W: So are you excited to play Cardiff? What does your LGBT following mean to you?

Sinead: Cardiff is such a great place, we always get a great reaction when we've played before.

Edele: We cannot wait to play Pride Cymru in Cardiff, we are very excited. We have always had a very strong LGBT following and they are the best audiences to play and so loyal to us. So much love and support and so delighted to play the pride gigs, they are always a blast.

Sinead: The Welsh are like the Irish, always up for a great time.

W&W: I cannot wait to see Coopers Field go wild to C'est La Vie.

Sinead: It's always a great feeling to hear thousands of people sing along to your songs. There's a part in C'est La Vie where we get the crowd to join in. It will be special. Expect all the hits, high energy and lots of fun!

B*Witched play Pride Cymru on August 13th Coopers Field. 

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