The original Sugababes are back as… the Sugababes!
Six years after first reforming as MKS, Mutya Buena, Keisha Buchanan, and Siobhan Donaghy have returned under the moniker they debuted with almost 20 years ago. A move which sees them come full circle, following the group’s much-documented line-up changes.
To kick off their comeback, the Brit-Pop trio have covered UK classic ‘Flowers’ — which serves as the centrepiece of DJ Spoony‘s new compilation ‘The Garage Classical.’ The theme of which sees an orchestral spin put on the London-bred genre.
Speaking on the record, the ladies (who have amassed six #1’s and 18 top ten’s) said:
The Garage Classical album is a celebration of an important era in UK music. We grew up in the garage era and ‘Flowers’ is a timeless classic – the perfect fit.
We are happy to finally give a little something to our amazing supporters whilst we prepare for 2020 💖
We hope you like it!
Love Sugababes x
Take a listen:
Two decades on the ladies still sound incredible together, re-affirming in the process why the regrouping of this particular configuration of the band was well worth the wait.
With this serving as a sweet treat ahead of an exciting 2020, we’re all sorts of buzzed for what’s to come.