POP band 5ive believe in their own songs, as they will Keep On Movin’ up and down the M4 corridor this summer, performing in Swindon and Bristol.

The famous 5ive who are now the free three - Scott Robinson, Ritchie Neville and Sean Conlon - Are linking up with S Club, the spin off from S Club 7, in the Ultimate Pop Reunion Tour.

They will be stopping off in SWX Bristol on Saturday. This is not the first time the guys have linked up with S Club as they were both featured on the TV documentary Big Reunion.

Scott said: “This is a different dynamic from what was mainly a reality TV show. They were showing a behind the scenes of a pop band, what it was really like, and how every band went through their own trial and tribulations. It showed the dark times of a band, like when you get stuffed by your record company. It made me very aware everyone has the same story, and there is a lot of going down wrong path, but your vision is what you make it.’’

Scott says the boys are too busy performing this summer to think about writing new songs or recording an album.

“We are enjoying playing again, we are enjoying giving people the nostalgia,’’ he said. “We are joining Peter Andre on tour in October including Wembley arena and then we are off to Australia.’’

In the year 2000 the band made right royal connections, opening the Brit Awards with the legendary rock band Queen, performing We Will Rock You. Their version of the Queen song went on to become number one in the UK. They also played the Party In The Park in front of HRH the Queen

5ive will be singing most of their hits including Keep On Movin’, If Ya Gettin’ Down, When The Lights Go Out, Got The Feelin’, and Everybody Get Up both in Bristol and in Swindon.

The guys will be joining Pixie Lott, Aston Merrygold, The Commitments and Swindon’s own The Tribe in the line-up for the MFOR Festival at Lydiard Park on Saturday July 28. For more details visit www.mforfestival.co.uk/festival-information

Tickets for the Ultimate Pop Reunion at SWX, 15 Nelson Street, Bristol are £26 from 0117 945 0325 or http://swxbristol.com/ - Flicky Harrison