Scissor Sisters Donate Song to Toronto Fundraiser

Published: 2005-04-18
Though they have become bona fide superstars in jolly old England, New York quintet Scissor Sisters still have a lot of love for their home continent, and more specifically for Toronto. The dance rockers have donated a track called "Backwoods Discotheque" to the AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT), with all proceeds going to support the 2005 Bollywood Cowboy Fashion Cares fundraiser.

Whatever a Bollywood Cowboy may look like, the Scissor Sisters song is sure to draw lots of buys from fans, as "Backwoods Discotheque" is a non-album track. Available exclusively through, "Backwoods Discotheque" can be in the virtual hands of fans of the Scissors for a mere 99 cent charge, with the added bonus of good karma.

In the process of creating the follow-up to their hugely successful self-titled debut album, Scissor Sisters have said that they hope to have the sophomore effort done in 2005. Featuring eleven super catchy dance-rock tunes, Scissor Sisters was released in May 2004, and went on to be the biggest selling album of 2004 in the United Kingdom.

Writer: Jaclyn Arndt



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