Louise performs stripped-down versions of her classic '90s singles One Kiss From Heaven and Undivided Love

The singer is gearing up for her first UK tour in 15 years next month.

Fans of Louise back in the day will remember that she was more than capable of delivering both straight up bangers and sultry mid tempo ballads.

As she gears up to revisit these songs for the first time in over 15 years with a London show next month ahead of a mini UK tour in January, the star has been releasing live sessions recorded at London's Metropolis Studios of some of her best known hits - and the latest is a double whammy of '90s classics. 

Premiered below, Louise slows things down on the super seductive One Kiss From Heaven, before dialling it back up on the peppy Undivided Love. 

"Now these songs are a blast from the past," Louise told Official Charts. "I have such fun memories of making them, from having my best friends and a few familiar faces in the video for One Kiss from Heaven, to filming under water and some of the most challenging choreography (Oh how I don’t miss that cane!) of my career with the incredibly talented Jamie King for Undivided Love.

"I’m looking forward to revisiting these on the UK tour."

In case your memory is hazy, Louise's One Kiss From Heaven video featured pop pals Michelle Gayle, Martine McCutcheon,Kelle Bryan from Eternal, Sean Maguire, Boyzone's Shane Lynch and footballers Phil Babb and Jamie Redknapp. Both songs peaked inside the Top 10 on the Official Singles Chart in 1996.

Louise's upcoming London show in December sold out in 20 minutes back in September. Tickets to her Manchester Glasgow, Birmingham and other London dates are on sale now via See Tickets and My Ticket

Louise's solo career has so far consisted of 12 singles, three albums and a greatest hits collection - look back at her complete Official Chart history here. Her biggest selling single is her cover of Average White Band's Let's Go Round Again (182,000 sales), which reached Number 10 in 1997.