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You will never believe what the lead singer of 90s indie-pop band Frente! looks like now

The lead singer of Australian indie-pop band Frente! looks incredible three decades after the release of their debut album.

Angie Hart, the voice behind the 90s group, made an appearance on Today Extra on Thursday to celebrate 30 year of their first record, Marvin the Album.

Speaking to hosts David Campbell and Belinda Russell, the Accidentally Kelly Street singer, 50, looked stunning with her natural grey locks styled in curls. 

Hart also revealed her youthful visage and sported an elegant blue blouse.

Angie Hart, the voice behind the music group from the early '90s, made an appearance on Today Extra on Thursday to celebrate 30 year of their first record

Angie Hart, the voice behind the music group from the early '90s, made an appearance on Today Extra on Thursday to celebrate 30 year of their first record

Angie Hart, the voice behind the music group from the early ’90s, made an appearance on Today Extra on Thursday to celebrate 30 year of their first record

During her interview with the show, Hart shared details about her favourite track and the interesting meaning behind the lyrics. 

‘My favourite song of all time is Ordinary Angels, that one I hold very deeply in my heart,’ she said of the tune.

‘That song was written after an enormous argument and we wrote it in tears hating each other and came up with this song about being yourself.’

A montage of clips from Frente!’s music videos were displayed, prompting Angie to reflect on her time in the folk-pop group that formed when she was 19 years old.

Speaking to hosts David Campbell and Belinda Russell, the singer, 50, shared details about her favourit track and the interesting meaning behind the lyrics

Speaking to hosts David Campbell and Belinda Russell, the singer, 50, shared details about her favourit track and the interesting meaning behind the lyrics

Speaking to hosts David Campbell and Belinda Russell, the singer, 50, shared details about her favourit track and the interesting meaning behind the lyrics

‘I’ve been having quite the walk down memory lane at the moment and I could see what babies we were and it’s just so wonderful to revisit the music,’ she said.

A children’s book was also recently published and was inspired by their track Accidentally Kelly Street.

‘I’m really pleased with that book. I shed a tear when I looked through the pages,’ Angie said on Today Extra.

‘It’s such a lovely reframing of the song.’

November marks 30 years since the release of the band's ARIA-winning album, Marvin the Album

November marks 30 years since the release of the band's ARIA-winning album, Marvin the Album

November marks 30 years since the release of the band’s ARIA-winning album, Marvin the Album

A reissue of the record is available November 11 and the band has announced the release of a limited edition vinyl to mark the milestone

A reissue of the record is available November 11 and the band has announced the release of a limited edition vinyl to mark the milestone

A reissue of the record is available November 11 and the band has announced the release of a limited edition vinyl to mark the milestone

November marks 30 years since the release of the band’s ARIA-winning album, Marvin the Album.

A reissue of the record is available November 11 and the band has announced the release of a limited edition vinyl to mark the milestone.

Frente! formed in Melbourne, Australia in 1989. 

The original lineup consisted of Simon Austin on guitar and backing vocals, Angie on lead vocals, Tim O’Connor on bass guitar and Mark Picton on drums.

A children's book was also recently published and was inspired by their track Accidentally Kelly Street

A children's book was also recently published and was inspired by their track Accidentally Kelly Street

'It's such a lovely reframing of the song,' Angie said

'It's such a lovely reframing of the song,' Angie said

A children’s book was also recently published and was inspired by their track Accidentally Kelly Street

Tim was later replace by Bill McDonald, while Alastair Barden and later Peter Luscombe replaced Mark.

In 1992, Frente! released their popular track Accidentally Kelly Street which made it to number four on the ARIA singles charts.

A year later, they won two ARIA Awards in the Best Breakthrough Artist for Marvin the Album and their single Ordinary Angels.

Frente! won two ARIA Awards in the Best Breakthrough Artist for Marvin the Album and their single Ordinary Angels

Frente! won two ARIA Awards in the Best Breakthrough Artist for Marvin the Album and their single Ordinary Angels

Frente! won two ARIA Awards in the Best Breakthrough Artist for Marvin the Album and their single Ordinary Angels

Source: | Dailymail.co.uk