Atomic Kitten have shot the music video that marks the comeback of their music career and previewed it on GMTV.
Atomic Kitten have begun the series of promotional appearances of their comeback album. The three-piece who walked away from each other in 2004 will soon release a new single, 'Anyone Who Had a Heart' which is the cover of Cilla Black's 1964 classic.
Their rendition will be dropped on January 28, according to The Sun and the girls have shot the video of it. On Friday, January 18, member Liz McClarnon appeared on GMTV to talk about the new single and preview the video clip
'Anyone Who Had a Heart' is to be released as the Liverpool The Number One Project and on Saturday, January 19 they performed it for the very first time in Liverpool. Sources hinted that they will announce a string of tour dates in the coming weeks where they will visit several U.K. cities like London, Nottingham, Manchester, Newcastle and others.
On other news, ex-member Kerry Katona revealed that she was offered the chance to be involved in the single last year but she never heard the follow up to it after she said yes. "I got a phone call from the manager asking me if I wanted to be involved," Katona revealed. "I said yes but then I never heard anything back so I don't think they were into the idea.'"
Preview of Atomic Kitten's 'Anyone Who Had a Heart':