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Vieve is a vocal pop group originally formed in Malta in 2007 and launched in March 2008.

The group was brought together and contracted by producer/manager Richard Rogers for Silverscope Music Management.

They made their public debut at the Malta Virtual Model Awards at Corinthia San Gorg in St. Julians in Malta in March 2008.

The original members of the group were Lyndsay Pace, Marilena Gauci, Francesca Galea, and Marilyn Mifsud. They were all relatively unknown singers at this time, but they all went on to achieve national attention separately in the years after leaving Vieve. Francesca was the last one from the original line up to leave the group in November 2009.

The original formation recorded three songs together: Simple Pop, I Don't Want to Watch Television, and Sit Down. They were reviewed in The Sunday Times and The Independent and the single Simple Pop was play on at least three local radio stations including XFM and 89.7 Bay. The follow up single I Don't Want To Watch Television sold 16,000 copies in Germany and the UK. They also had several TV appearance including Chaos TV, Bikini, Pjazza and Tepeparrazza (19 August 2008).

Vieve performed on Wednesday 30 July 2008 at the Farsons Great Beer Festival at Ta' Qali in front of an audience of about 4,000 people. The reception for the group was very positive and they were invited back as special guests on 1 August 2008 this time performing to an estimated 8 to 10,000 people.

New recordings with a completely new line up took place in Spain as of June 2010.

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