French tour in January 2019 cancelled

We are very sad to announce that the planned shows in France in January 2019 have been cancelled.
Unfortunately, for reasons beyond our team’s control, we have been unable to continue in the preparations for the shows. We are genuinely upset that we can’t bring the ‘Here Come The Aliens’ tour back to France in January and we hope that we can find another partner in France soon so that we can give our French fans the shows they deserve.

Ticket holders should contact the place of purchase or Warrior Productions for a refund.

Scarlett Wilde website launched

Scarlett Wilde, Kim's niece and backing vocalist, is also a gifted artist. After having studied visual arts in Sydney (Australia) she has designed the artwork for 'Here Come The Aliens' and the album's accompanying single releases, while also making various other great works of art.

All of this can be seen now on her own website, The website not only enables you to see what she has created, but also to buy your own prints. And of course, there is also a series of 'Here Come The Aliens' prints for you to buy.

Kim Wilde on 26miles4MND

A photograph of Kim Wilde appeared on 24miles4mnd, a marathon photographic portrait initiated by Miles Pilling and Cristian Barnett. The aim is to raise awareness about the devastating but little understood disease Motor Neurone Disease, and to seek sponsorship for the Motor Neurone Disease Association.

The Real Thing

On the 2nd of Feb 2018 I received a message on Twitter from ‘The Real Thing’, (Eddy, Chris and Dave), after I posted the video for our new single ‘Pop Don’t Stop’, it said: ‘Fabulous Kim Wilde, she’s an icon of British Music, Lovin’ this Kim! British music, you and Ricky ‘have done good’.

New single: 'Pop Don't Stop'

'Pop don't stop' will be the first single from Kim's new album. The song was premiered on BBC Radio 2 on the Ken Bruce show on Monday, January 29. The single will be released worldwide the next day.

The artwork for the single was created by Kim's niece Scarlett, who also designed the album cover.

A music video is also being made. A silent teaser has already been premiered; you can see it below.

Lawnmower Deth and Kim Wilde team up for anti-Christmas single

UK thrash icons Lawnmower Deth have teamed up with 80s pop star Kim Wilde to record an anti-Christmas song. It’s titled 'F U Kristmas' and it’s officially launched today via Wildflower Records.

Wilde joined Lawnmower Deth onstage at Download 2016 – and says that a collaboration was "bound to happen" as a result of that performance, which she calls “a personal highlight of my career.”