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Original Sugababes Trio Confirm They Are Announcing New Music

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Original Sugababes Trio Confirm They Are Announcing New Music

Sugababes were the ultimate noughties girl band - and we're not ashamed to say we still listen to some of their songs now.

If you were a major Sugababes fan back in the day then good news, the original trio - Mutya Buena, Keisha Buchanan and Siobhan Donaghy - are releasing new music.

Sugababes are releasing new music (Credit: PA)
Sugababes are releasing new music (Credit: PA)

Announcing the news on Twitter today, the band wrote: "We are so excited to announce we're releasing a new version of One Touch to celebrate the 20th anniversary. This includes all the tracks from the original album, as well as unheard tracks from the archive and brand new remixes."

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And to give fans a taster of what's coming up, the MNEK remix of Run For Cover has been released this morning - you can listen to it here.

Speaking to NME about the remix, Siobhan said: "We've been working with [MNEK] in the studio [on new music] prior to COVID and obviously on this remix - and it's a relationship that goes back to the [unreleased] MKS record, so he's definitely someone we're going to continue collaborating with."

In 2001, Siobhan left the group, with Heidi Range taking her place (Credit: PA)
In 2001, Siobhan left the group, with Heidi Range taking her place (Credit: PA)

Mutya, Keisha and Siobhan are the original Sugababes trio, with the band originally forming in 1998 when they were just 13-14 years old.

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They released their debut album, One Touch, in the year 2000. But just a year later, in 2001, and Siobhan left the group, with Heidi Range taking her place.

A few years later in 2005, Mutya also departed from the band and was replaced by Amelle Berrabah. Keisha also went on to leave Sugababes in 2009, with Jade Ewan taking her spot.

The new band split in 2011, which was the same year the original trio - Mutya, Keisha and Siobhan - reformed as MKS with the single 'Flatline'.

Following another hiatus, the OGs finally reformed again in 2019 under the original name of Sugababes.

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Phew! What a journey!

The OGs finally reformed again in 2019 under the original name of Sugababes (Credit: PA)
The OGs finally reformed again in 2019 under the original name of Sugababes (Credit: PA)

We're so glad the gals are releasing new music - could a tour be on the horizon?!

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Topics: Music

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