The multi-award-winning artist – who has sold over 30 million records worldwide – burst onto the music scene in 1981 with the worldwide hit "Kids in America." Wilde followed with some of the most memorable hits of the '80s: "Chequered Love," "Cambodia," "You Keep Me Hangin’ On'" (#1 USA), "You Came," and more.
Voted Best British Female Singer at the BPI Awards in 1983 (forerunner to the Brits), Kim Wilde supported Michael Jackson during the‘Bad European tour, playing in front of more than two million people. Kim also opened the shows of David Bowie across Europe on his 1990 Greatest Hits stadium tour.
The '90s saw Kim Wilde continue to remain in the spotlight with the albums like Love Moves and Love Is, which featured the singles "Love Is Holy" and the Bee Gees' classic "If I Can't Have You." After a break from music and focus on her family life, Kim returned on stage in 2001 and appeared on various festivals across Europe and Australia.
Since then she continues releasing albums and performing with her band live all across the globe as well as continuing her own, very popular, UK radio show on Magic FM.
Here Come the Aliens, produced by Ricky Wilde, contains 12 brand new songs and has been recorded at RAK Studios in London — the very same studios where Kim began her career back in 1981 and recorded her seminal hits, like "Kids In America." The album combines Kim's pop roots with her love for rock music, presenting great guitar riffs and drum beats.
Here Come the Aliens marks another milestone in Kim Wilde’s incredible career. After the album release, she will start her world tour, which will take her to the U.S. in fall 2018.