All Saints And Travis Took Us Straight Back To The 90s At V Festival
Lovin' the 90s vibes.
The two groups - who are best known for making pop music in the 90s - appeared on the Virgin Media Stage this afternoon (Sunday) and had us reminiscing about our teenage years.
All Saints - who are made up of sisters Nicole and Natalie Appleton, Shaznay Lewis and Melanie Blatt - were thrilled to be back doing what they do best.
Nicole greeted their fans old and new saying, “It’s good to be back”, before treating them to a set which included all of their old hits, Black Coffee, Never Ever, Pure Shores and more.
“Thank you so much, you guys have been amazing”, the girls said as they made their way off stage.
Continuing the 90s vibes, Travis then took over on the main stage, starting their set with Sing.
The Glasgow band - made up of Fran Healy, Andy Dunlop, Dougie Payne and Neil Primrose - also played their hits Why Does It Always Rain On Me while the crowd sang along.
Other artists set to perform on the second day of the annual music festival in Chelmsford, Essex include Big Sean, Years & Years and Rihanna.