Bananarama return from Venus!

Bananarama reunite in Venus Retrograde cycle
Bananarama reunite in Venus Retrograde cycle

Looks like #bananarama took this recent #venusretrograde to nut out the details of their comeback tour…not to mention that it’s a #saturnreturn since their split, too!

The band was famous in the 80’s for their classic song VENUS, so it’s not surprising that they’ve returned to their roots during this Venus retrograde cycle.

Watch their original music video here:

Bananrama were an all female British pop group, formed in 1980, who found themselves not only at the top of the charts, but also in the Guinness World Book of Records for the highest number of songs in the charts by an all female band.

The original members Sara Dallin, Siobhan Fahey and Keren Woodward created hits such as Love in the First Degree and I heard a Rumour, taking them into music pop charts around the world.

Fahey married Eurythmics’ Dave Stewart and left the band in 1988 after the success of I heard a Rumour and Love in the First Degree, to form Shakespeare’s Sister with Marcella Detroit. The music video for Stay (below) carried on the Venus retrograde theme of the collision between Ishtar and Ereshkigal in the decent through the Underworld.


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