Head to NME.COM to see the reunited trio perform an a cappella version of a new song called 'Boys'
Mutya Keisha Siobhan aka the original Sugababes have unveiled their first new music since reforming.
The reunited trio uploaded an a cappella rendition of a song called ‘Boys’ to YouTube. It shows off the distinctive three-part harmonies last heard on their 2000 debut album ‘One Touch’.
Meanwhile, Popjustice reports that a studio version of ‘Boys’ has already been recorded. The song was written by the trio with former All Saints singer Shaznay Lewis and pop songwriters Richard Stannard and Ash Howes.
Keisha Buchanan, Mutya Buena and Siobhan Donaghy – the founding members of Sugababes – reunited last year (2012) to record a new album as Mutya Keisha Siobhan. The trio no longer own the rights to the Sugababes name, which is now used by a group consisting of three non-original members.
They recently sang live together for the first time in 12 years at a secret gig in east London. The trio took to the stage at a New Year’s Eve party thrown by Ponystep magazine to perform four songs: a cover of Rihanna‘s ‘Diamonds’ and their classic singles ‘Overload’, ‘New Year’ and ‘Freak Like Me’.
Their comeback single and album are expected later this year, but no release dates have been announced yet. The trio have been working on new material with numerous other songwriters and producers, including Brian Higgins, Cameron McVey and MNEK.