Sugababes - The Lost Tapes (Deluxe)

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Special surprise coming tomorrow.


Sugababes surprised all fans on 24th December 2022, with the unexpected release of The Lost Tapes, a brand new album that includes recordings from their 'Mutya Keisha Siobhan' era (2011-2014). Most of these recordings were leaked in demo form in 2016 and have since been coveted by the Sugababes fanbase.

The album features songwriting from Siobhan, Keisha and Mutya alongside a number of songwriters including: MNEK, Biff Stannard, Shaznay Lewis, Sia, Ash Howes, Wayne Hector, Paul Simm, Felix Howard and Cameron McVey.

Sugababes made a statement on their Instagram alongside the surprise release:

This has been a year of incredibly positive moments for us as a band. We wanted to do something to say a huge thank you to everyone who has supported us on this journey. We wrote this album almost 8 years ago and remember the magic we felt at the time. For various reasons beyond our control it didn’t get an official release, so it’s with great pride that The Lost Tapes gets a fully independent release from us today. Available now on all streaming platforms, link in bio!
A very Merry Christmas, love Mutya, Keisha & Siobhan x

The reception to the surprise release reignited the excitement of Sugababes' comeback, which had started with their ongoing performances at Summer Festivals, Corporate Events and their successful UK Tour, which amassed over 45,000 ticket sales. Sugababes doubled down and on 31st December 2022, re-released The Lost Tapes as a 'Deluxe Version' - including three new tracks: Back To Life, Breathe Me and Only You.

We’ve been overwhelmed by the reaction to ’The Lost Tapes’, so felt we couldn’t just leave it there… please enjoy the Deluxe Edition OUT NOW, featuring three bonus tracks! Thank you all for making 2022 such a memorable year for us. Happy New Year and here’s to an amazing 2023! x

The Lost Tapes is available to purchase on iTunes, Qobuz and Amazon and available to stream on all streaming platforms.
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