What happened to the members of stereo kicks?

What happened to the members of stereo kicks?

Their debut single “Love Me So” was released on 21 June 2015 and charted at number 31 on the UK Singles Chart. Just a month later, however, having been together under a year, they announced they were disbanding due to their failure to land a record deal.

Why did Stereo Kicks break up?

A statement to fans on the eight-piece boy band’s Facebook page on Saturday revealed they decided to go their separate ways after struggling to secure a record deal. The group wrote: ‘We all feel the time has come for us to now continue our journeys individually.

Where is Mark Gillespie now?

After some years of declining health, and a few months after his wife’s death, Gillespie died in hospital in Dhaka on 11 November 2021.

Which Australian singer died recently?

The Australian music scene is today mourning the loss of Glenn Wheatley who died at the age of 74 from COVID-19-related complications.

Who are Stereo Kicks?

Stereo Kicks were an eight-piece boyband who participated in Series 11 of The X Factor. Initially auditioning as soloists, they were put together at bootcamp by the judges.

Who are Stereo Kicks on the X Factor?

Stereo Kicks performed Katy Perry’s “Roar” in the first week of the live shows. They landed in the sing-off during week two with Chloe Jasmine, but were saved when Walsh, Mel B and Cowell opted to send Jasmine home. They were in the sing-off again in week 4 against Lola Saunders.

What happened to Stereo Kicks on the Masked Singer?

With the eliminations of Blonde Electra and Overload Generation in week 1 and Only The Young in week 7, Stereo Kicks became Walsh’s last remaining act in the competition. In the quarter-final, they were in the bottom two with Lauren Platt.

When did Stereo Kicks release Love Me So?

On 20 April 2015, Stereo Kicks announced their debut single “Love Me So”. Written by Mann and released on 21 June 2015, it charted at number 31 on the UK Singles Chart and was the number-one physical single the same week. The single also charted in Ireland where it entered and peaked at number 80 on the IRMA Charts.