Recording under the new pseudonym, Bliss, Sister Bliss has signed to 3 Beat, the label home of High Contrast, Sigma, Martin Jensen, Star.One, Stylo G, and Callum Beattie. Released on 16th June, her debut single is ‘I Wanna Feel’ (feat. South London rapper Fem Fel), a genre-straddling dystopian house cut, with echoes of raves past and an ode to love (and club venues) lost. The track will be followed by further new material later this year, including a collaboration with Grime artist Wiley.
Bliss continues her reign with a summer of festival shows including Exit Festival, Glastonbury, Creamfields, Transitions London, and Beat Herder, with further performances and club shows in Ibiza (including Taste The Punch at Eden and Cream Ibiza) and beyond.
One of the most successful British dance music artists of the past 25 years (of any gender), Bliss is the musical force behind Faithless, alongside iconic frontman Maxi Jazz and producer Rollo Armstrong. During their career, the trio sold in excess of 15 million records worldwide, and released eight albums (including three No.1s and six Top 10 singles). Faithless also played live to millions across the world, and headlined some of the UK’s key venues and festivals.
2015 marked the 20-year milestone in Faithless’ career. To celebrate this anniversary the band curated a special remix album ‘Faithless 2.0’, which reached No.1 in the UK charts. The album featured remixes from some of the biggest names in electronic music including Tiesto, High Contrast, Above & Beyond, Booka Shade, and Claptone; not only bringing their music to a new generation of fans, but inspiring her current fresh and distinctive sound.
A gifted musician (and classically trained on the piano and violin), Bliss has numerous credits for film, television and theatre. She’s also collaborated with numerous artists over the years, most recently the likes of Kate Tempest, Faris Badwan and Marshall Jefferson.
Bliss: “As a Londoner, I've always been influenced by the rough fringes of the city and have wanted to make records that reflect this. ‘I Wanna Feel’ with Fem Fel has that feel to it with bass heavy, warehouse vibes, topped off with a grimey but soulful vocal. It’s something people will hear on my collaboration with Wiley too – both tracks are connected to the roots of London's rave world, with a bit of edge and a lot of heart!"