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Mutya Keisha Siobhan: “We Are Coming”


For fans of original Sugababes, Mutya Keisha Siobhan, the wait for the group’s debut album has been every flavour of excruciating.

Teased as far back as 2011, the set has been marred by many a speed-bump – most notably the release of their one (and thus far only) single ‘Flatline’ last Summer.

Oddly rolled out with just two days of worth counting on iTunes, the track peaked at #50 on the Official UK Singles Chart – effectively derailing the trio’s initial comeback plans.

Since then, the volume on their campaign has been mute. Until now.

Taking to Facebook this week, the talented songbirds offered fans an exciting update.

Check it out below…


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Watch: Mutya Keisha Siobhan Rock Reload Sessions / Cover Lorde’s ‘Royals’

Having warmed up the masses with buzz number ‘Flatline’, Brit-Pop belles Mutya Keisha Siobhan are gearing up for the next release from their eagerly awaited comeback album.

At present, the ladies (who served as the original line-up of the Sugababes) are remaining relatively tight-lipped about which track they’re set to unleash. However, they are (smartly) ensuring they keep their name and faces in the spotlight in the interim.

The trio’s latest promo stop was Reload Sessions (live on Google+), where they soared with renditions of Lorde‘s ‘Royals’ (which, dare we say, sounds more sublime than the original), Sugababes hit ‘Caught In A Moment’, and new song ‘No Regrets’.

Vocally brilliance awaits after the jump…


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Watch: Mutya Keisha Siobhan Perform ‘Flatline’ On SBTV

With comeback single ‘Flatline’ receiving a chorus of applause from critics and fans alike, Mutya Keisha Siobhan continue their push for the Dev Hynes number, performing a titillating acoustic rendition on SBTV.

Easily Britain’s best active vocal collective, watch the trio show and prove below…


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Mutya Keisha Siobhan Stun In The ‘Evening Standard’

Hot on the heels of their blazing new single ‘Flatline’, reunited Brit-Pop belles Mutya Keisha Siobhan continue their comeback campaign with a stunning new shoot in the Evening Standard.

The trio, who to many will recall as the original line-up of the Sugababes, look lush in the retro-themed spread.

Flip the hood to see more of the ladies posing it up and be sure to pick up ‘Flatline’ when it hits iTunes on September 15th.


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Hot Shot: Mutya Keisha Siobhan Stun In New Promo Snap

Original Sugababes, Mutya Keisha Siobhan, up their diva in this fierce new promo shot for their comeback project.

Lensed by Jan Welters, the snap is the latest visual unwrapped ahead of the release of the trio’s new single ‘Flatline’ – the video for which premiered last week.

Needless to say….werk! We’re all sorts of amped for the MKS’ return. Are you?

Your thoughts?

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Behind The Scenes: Mutya Keisha Siobhan – ‘Flatline’ Video

With the release of Mutya Keisha Siobhan‘s comeback single ‘Flatline’ fast approaching, the ladies have given fans a behind the scenes look at the track’s accompanying video.

Shot in Venice Beach – Los Angeles last month, the clip for the Dev Hynes produced cut arrives on Monday.

Get a taste of what they’ll be serving up after the jump…


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Must See: Mutya Keisha Siobhan Rock London With Comeback Gig

Brit-Pop fans rejoice!

For, not only are Mutya Keisha Siobhan back in a literal capacity, they are sonically stronger than ever as evidenced at their sell-out comeback gig last night.

The trio (who first rose to prominence as the original line-up of the Sugababes) rocked London’s Scala with a stellar set that whet appetites aplenty for their first album in over 10 years.

Given the…interesting….history that accompanies the “Sugababes” narrative (one best summed up with the words “revolving” and “door”), many have wondered whether MKS would re-tread material released by other incarnations of the band during their re-introduction.

The answer was an emphatic “yes”, with the ladies serving up must-see showings of ‘Babes favourites such as ‘Freak Like Me’ and ‘Stronger’. Also present on the setlist were the gems this line-up released under the Sugababes moniker (‘Overload’ and ‘Run For Cover’).

Yet while there was an air of retrospective during the show, the focus was very much on the future – more specifically the group’s new LP. The project’s lead single ‘Flatline’ received its debut live showing, while the previously teased ‘Boys’ was also performed. Another new cut titled ‘I’m Alright’ proved quite the crowd pleaser.

So what are you waiting for? Check out MKS in action after the jump!


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