The Scissor Sisters have been successfully pushing the creative envelope as songwriters, musicians, producers, and artists since their launch in 2004.
The dance rock group, while based in New York, won their first fans in London, scoring four consecutive Top 40 singles (including "Take Your Mother Out" and "Laura") and becoming a bestselling UK artist with their self-titled debut. The US club scene and other tastemakers soon created the same energy stateside, with the album topping Billboard's Heatseekers and Electronic charts and a netting a Grammy nomination.
Non-stop cross-continental touring secured the Scissors' reputation as one of the most dynamic live acts in the world, growing the band's rabid fan base and inspiring the songs that would make up their 2006 album 'Ta Dah,' featuring such standouts as "I Don't Feel Like Dancin'" and "Everybody Wants The Same Thing."
A burst of creative energy after nearly constant touring and recording led Jake Shears, Baby Daddy, and Ana Matronic on a number of other paths (including soundtrack composing, musical theater, and fashion), but they returned with perhaps their strongest collection of songs with 2010's 'Night Work,' a collection led by the stunning "Fire With Fire," "Whole New Way," and "Invisible Light."