Sugababes give fans early Christmas presents with long-awaited new album release

The Sugababes treated fans to an early Christmas treat by releasing a new album they’ve been waiting almost 8 years to release.

This trio, who made up the group’s original lineup from 1998 to 2001 consisting of Mutya Buena, Keisha Buchanan and Siobhan Donaghy, lost the rights to record and perform under the name after some major lineup changes.

After a brief reshuffle with the moniker MKS around 2013, they regained the rights to use the Sugababes name in 2019.

After a successful comeback year when they embarked on a UK tour and performed in Glastonbury, the girl group released The Lost Tapes to thank those who have supported their journey.

In an Instagram post, the trio wrote: “This has been a year filled with incredibly positive moments for us as a band. We wanted to do something to thank everyone who has supported us on this journey.

“We wrote this album almost eight years ago and remember the magic we felt at the time.

“For various reasons beyond our control, it has not been officially released, so it is with great pride that The Lost Tapes received a completely independent release from us today.

“Now available on all streaming platforms, link in bio! Merry Christmas, love Mutya, Keisha & Siobhan x”

Offers 13 tracks featuring songs previously leaked as demos and written by the team in conjunction with music stars including MNEK, Sia and All Saints’ Shaznay Lewis.

Sugababes was formed in 1998 by the manager of All Saints and has had six number one singles.

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The original Sugababes by Siobhan Donaghy, Keisha Buchanan and Mutya Buena Sugababes were formed in 1998 by the manager of All Saints and went on to score six number-one singles (Isabel Infantes/PA)

In October 2019, the group released their first track in six years, a cover of Sweet Female Attitude’s UK garage classic Flowers.

Earlier this year, they performed The Avalon stage at Glastonbury but the area was closed after thousands of fans turned up to see the trio perform hits including Overload and Push The Button.

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The girl group plans to tour Australia next year and will perform a single night at London’s O2 arena on September 15, 2023. Sugababes give fans early Christmas presents with long-awaited new album release

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