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90s Rock star, 57, showcases her timeless beauty as she returns to the ... trends now

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British rock band Sleeper were catapulted to fame in 1992 and bagged eight top 40 hits and three top ten albums, before splitting in 1998.

The group's songs included Nice Guy Eddie and The It Girl and featured on the soundtrack of iconic movie Trainspotting.  

Now the band are back together for a new UK tour with front woman Louise Wener, 57, looking nothing short of sensational and decades younger than her years.

Since the group's demise Louise worked with other musicians including the late great George Michael, before writing four novels as well as Radio 4 Drama series Queens of Noise. 

Speaking about the career change she told the Yorkshire Post writing gave her 'control' over her work after years in the 'ludicrous circus' of the music industry. 

Sleeper's front woman Louise Wener, 57, has showcased her timeless beauty as she returns to the spotlight after 20-years and branding the music industry a 'ludicrous circus'

Sleeper's front woman Louise Wener, 57, has showcased her timeless beauty as she returns to the spotlight after 20-years and branding the music industry a 'ludicrous circus'

The British rock group were catapulted to fame in 1992 and bagged eight top 40 hits and three top ten albums, before splitting in 1998

Pictured in 1992

The British rock group were catapulted to fame in 1992 (R) and bagged eight top 40 hits and three top ten albums, before splitting in 1998

The group's songs included Nice Guy Eddie and The It Girl and featured on the soundtrack of iconic movie Trainspotting (L-R Andy Maclure, Louise,  Jon Stewart, Diid Osmanand )

The group's songs included Nice Guy Eddie and The It Girl and featured on the soundtrack of iconic movie Trainspotting (L-R Andy Maclure, Louise,  Jon Stewart, Diid Osmanand ) 

Saying: '[In a band] You'd find yourself arguing about chorus progression in a studio then you've got producers and managers and PR people.

'It just became this ludicrous circus by the end of it and I didn't feel connected to the creative process very much by that stage.

Before adding: 'I just wanted

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