Original Sugababes Releasing A Comeback Album In 2017

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The Sugababes changed their group members more times than we change our socks, but the original trio are reuniting to release a comeback album in 2017!

Siobhan Donaghy, Mutya Buena and Keisha Buchanan reformed as MKS (Mutya Keisha Siobhan) back in 2011, but only released one mid-tempo number, ‘Flatline’, back in 2012.

After the single underperformed – debuting at number 50 in the UK charts – fans believed that MKS abandoned their music project completely, but Siobhan has now confirmed their plans to release a new ‘Sugababes’ album next year.

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“Sugababes have got a record coming out next year,” Siobhan told Wandsworth Radio at London Pride. “I can’t tell you the exact date. I know, but I can’t tell you. It’s next year.”

During their two-year silence, the reformed group haven’t switched off their microphones or stopped their synchronised dance moves, they have made multiple appearances with other bands – notably, featuring on Blood Orange’s remix of ‘Entertainment’ by Phoenix and performing at the NME Awards 2014.

Siobhan confirmed that the girls had taken a break from creating new music, but added: “We’re working on it again, so it’s exciting.”

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Originally forming in 1998 as the brainchild of three teenage girls, the Sugababes first experienced success with their debut single, ‘Overload’, which peaked at number six in the UK Singles Chart in 2000.

However, over the following decade, the line-up changed so frequently that, by 2010, the group no longer featured any of its original members (each having been replaced by Heidi Range, Amelle Berrabah and Jade Ewan).

More recently, there have been several reports that the original trio would like to reclaim the Sugababes name – and while it’s unclear whether this has been settled, Siobhan’s reference would suggest as much.

In which case, bring on the New Year!

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