Girls Aloud recording new songs with Xenomania

Production team confirm the recording sessions on Twitter

Girls Aloud are currently in a studio working on new material, it has been confirmed by production and songwriting team Xenomania.

The team, founded by Brian Higgins, are famed for writing and producing tracks for Kylie Minogue, Sugababes and The Saturdays. They are best-known for writing all of the Girls Aloud albums including hits ‘The Promise’ and ‘Something Kinda Ooooh’.

The news of the pop group reuniting with Brian Higgins and his team to work on new material was announced on Twitter yesterday (May 12). However, Xenomania have since deleted their Tweets.


Digital Spy report that one Tweet read: “New GA sessions with @NicolaRoberts @KimberleyJWalsh @SarahNicHarding in the studio over the last week.”

Despite trying to cover up their announcement by deleting their Tweets, it seems they forgot to inform Girls Aloud singer Nadine Coyle, who retweeted one of the updates.

Nadine Coyle retweeted:

Could the new material be the rumoured Children In Need comeback single? The pop group released their last studio album ‘Out Of Control’ in 2008, but earlier this year (March 4) singer Nadine Coyle confirmed that the band would reform for an arena tour in 2013 to celebrate their 10-year anniversary.

Girls Aloud originally formed on Popstars: The Rivals in 2002 and went on to have major chart success before going on hiatus in July 2009, to allow band members Cheryl Cole, Kimberly Walsh, Nadine Coyle, Nicola Roberts and Sarah Harding to pursue other projects.


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