It’s only the second stop for the Spice Girls Reunion Tour and fans are already demanding refunds. The “Spice Up Your Life” singers performed in Cardiff, the capital of Wales, on Monday night where concert-goers were having trouble hearing the international girl group. Apparently, the sound was so bad that some are even demanding their money back.

One attendee took to Twitter to ask the question, “Who manages sound for #SpiceGirls or #SpiceGirlsInCardiff? I think you need to change career, the sound on the floor is appalling!!!!”.

While another twitter-user demanded a refund stating, “@spicegirls so do people get a refund for a crap show were [sic] they couldn’t hear a thing coming out of your mouths or you just going to rip people off? makes me sick”.

This isn’t the first time fans of complained of sound issues. The Spice Girls performed on May 24 in Dublin, Ireland, and experienced sound issues there as well. So bad that Mel B, “Scary Spice”, apologized on social media.

“Hey guys. Thank you for attending our show tonight in Dublin. We will see you in Cardiff and hopefully the locals and the sound will be much, much better… Pfft,” she said in her Instagram story, according to Fox News.

The British pop group, who gained fame and fortune in the 90’s, announced their reunion tour in November 2018. All band members, Melanie Brown (“Scary Spice”), Emma Bunton (“Baby Spice”), Melanie Chisholm (“Sporty Spice”) and Geri Halliwell (“Ginger Spice”), would be returning with the exception of Victoria Beckham (“Posh Spice”).

The Spice World 2019 tour, which began on May 24, is the British group's fourth tour consisting of 13 shows throughout Ireland and the UK. It’s the first time the “Wannabe” singers have performed in seven years and the first time without their fifth member, Victoria.

With two shows down and 11 to-go, let’s hope, for the sake of all ticket-holders, that these sound issues get figured out sooner than later.

The Spice Girls next show will be in Manchester on May 29.

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Spice Girl members (from left) Melanie Brown, Geri Halliwell, Emma Bunton and Melanie Chisholm are seen arriving for the premiere of the musical "Viva Forever!", based on their music, in London in 2012. Reuters/Toby Melville/Files