British pop trio Sugababes are set to release music believed to have been “lost” a decade ago on Christmas eve.
The Lost Tapes collection, which features 13 songs, was put together by the group after they reformed as MKS in 2012 – although many of the songs were leaked in 2013.
It will be the first music released by Siobhán Donaghy, Mutya Buena and Keisha Buchanan – who form the original line-up of the beloved pop group – since 2012.
Songs on the record feature MNEK, Biffco, Shaznay Lewis of All Saints, Cameron McVey, Ash Howes, Felix Howard, Iain James, Sia and Paul Sims.
Eagle-eyed fans spotted the reveal after the album page was made available on Spotify, with the release date reading December 24.
One single, Flatline, is already available to stream, having previously been released in 2013.
The album contains 12 other songs, including Today, which the band performed on their 2022 tour, Boys, and Back in the Day.
The chart toppers, who are one of the biggest selling British girl groups of all time, have achieved six number one hits in the UK, including fan favourites such as Push the Button, Round Round, and Hole in the Head.
The only British girl band to have had more number one hits are the Spice Girls.
The trio went on their first headline tour in 20 years earlier this year, which saw them perform their greatest hits across the UK, including two Scottish dates at Edinburgh’s Usher Hall, and at Glasgow’s O2 Academy.
Sugababes also recently announced a headline show at London’s O2 Arena in 2023.