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The Razz: Faithless have to face the future.

Byline: WITH LEE-ANN FULLERTON AND BEVERLEY LYONS

DANCE superstars Faithless are to play this year's T in the Park festival and have hinted it could be their last ever Scottish date. Sister Bliss, Rollo Armstrong and Maxi Jazz say the summer date could turn into a farewell to fans and that their new album, No Roots, is likely to be their last. Speaking exclusively to The Razz, Sister Bliss confessed: 'I have made it clear that I am not interested in touring again, because it just kills me.

'The touring lifestyle does not lend itself to my social life, my personal life, or my being creative.

'Having said that, doing the gigs is fantastic and makes it all worthwhile. 'If this is the last album, I will be proud. We have enjoyed working together so much, but we've been around for 10 years.'

Faithless will play the main stage at Balado on Saturday, July 10 alongside David Bowie.

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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Apr 1, 2004
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