The Fugees have confirmed a third UK live show, following that recent announcement that the group are back together and working on an album after a hiatus of nearly a decade. The band recently announced a full European
tour, with two UK dates at the MEN in Manchester on 13 Dec and Hammersmith Apollo on 14 Dec, but have now added a another night at the Apollo on 25
Wyclef Jean told The Observer this weekend that he expects The Fugees to be as strong as ever in their return, saying: “Tell all my people in England…to bring out all their whistles and their foghorns. The Fugees are
never orthodox – we’re three very strong characters, musically, spiritually, intellectually. And everything we’ve been through has just made us stronger. We’ve all been travelling, seeing the world, and we’ve got a lot to talk about. Musically, you can expect reggae, R&B, rock. “We’re naturally political; we don’t have to try to be that way.”
The new Fugees album is expected to see a release early next year, preceded by a single, ‘Take It Easy’.