Mutya Keisha Siobhan Bring 'Flatline' Single Out A Week Early

Sugababes 2.0, or Mutya Keisha Siobhan (a.k.a MKS) as they are otherwise known, have announced their plans to release their first official single together on 6 September. This is the second time that the girls have moved the release date for 'Flatline,' having previously set 1 September as the ETA, before moving it to 15 September. Hopefully, this will be the last time we see the release date moved.

Mutya Keisha Siobhan
Mutya Keisha Siobhan are plotting pop domination once again

The publicist for the pop trio - Mutya Buena, Keisha Buchanan and Siobhan Donaghy - confirmed with Digital Spy that they have decided to move the release date for a second time so that it coincides with their appearance on Alan Carr's Chatty Man this Friday (6 Sept.) in a bid to secure more success in the charts. According to a statement released on their official website, the reformed former Sugababes have also completed work on their first album as MKS, which will be released in 2014.

Watch the lyrics video for 'Flatline'

"It's definitely finished, done, ready to go! We know what we want and we've got it," the girls told Digital Spy in a recent interview. "We love all the songs on the record so much that we wouldn't be willing to take anything off it if we recorded something new now...We can't mess with it again!"

Recently, the girls performed some of their new songs, including 'Boys' and 'Love Me Hard,' at a show at London's Scala, during which they also premiered their second single from the album. The girl refused to reveal which track it was that will be the single, only confirming that they have performed their second single, which will be out before 2014.

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Mutya Buena performing with the band this summer

Siobhan Donaghy
Siobhan Donaghy was happy to return to pop after being the first Sugababe to leave the band

Keisha Buchanan
Keisha Buchanan is also back with her former bandmates


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Mutya Keisha Siobhan Announce UK November 2013 Tour 3852363 Press Releases

Mutya Keisha Siobhan have announced details of a UK tour to take place this November.

The original Sugababes trio played their first headline show in over 12 years at London's Scala last month. During the critically acclaimed show, which sold out in under fifteen minutes, the girls debuted new material from their highly-anticipated album, scheduled for release early next year.

The Guardian declared the show the "triumphant comeback of one of Britain's finest pop groups", while The Independent described it as "thrilling and emotional". The Telegraph added that the show was a "meaty taster [which] will have only deepened the anticipation" for the album.

Kicking off in Norwich on November 8th, the tour includes dates in Glasgow, Manchester, Bristol, Birmingham before finishing at London's O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire.

Mutya Keisha Siobhan release their brand new single 'Flatline' today, September 6th as they perform on Alan Carr's Chatty Man tonight (Friday) at 10pm on Channel 4.

Tickets go on sale next Friday, September 13th at 9am. An exclusive fan pre-sale begins at 9am on Wednesday, September 11th.

Tour dates:

November
Friday 8 UEA, Norwich
Sunday 10 O2 ABC, Glasgow
Monday 11 The Ritz, Manchester
Wednesday 13 O2 Academy, Bristol
Thursday 14 The Institute, Birmingham
Friday 15 O2 Shepherds Bush Empire

Mutya Keisha Siobhan have announced details of a UK tour to take place this November.

The original Sugababes trio played their first headline show in over 12 years at London's Scala last month. During the critically acclaimed show, which sold out in under fifteen minutes, the girls debuted new material from their highly-anticipated album, scheduled for release early next year.

The Guardian declared the show the "triumphant comeback of one of Britain's finest pop groups", while The Independent described it as "thrilling and emotional". The Telegraph added that the show was a "meaty taster [which] will have only deepened the anticipation" for the album.

Kicking off in Norwich on November 8th, the tour includes dates in Glasgow, Manchester, Bristol, Birmingham before finishing at London's O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire.

Mutya Keisha Siobhan release their brand new single 'Flatline' today, September 6th as they perform on Alan Carr's Chatty Man tonight (Friday) at 10pm on Channel 4.

Tickets go on sale next Friday, September 13th at 9am. An exclusive fan pre-sale begins at 9am on Wednesday, September 11th.

Tour dates:

November
Friday 8 UEA, Norwich
Sunday 10 O2 ABC, Glasgow
Monday 11 The Ritz, Manchester
Wednesday 13 O2 Academy, Bristol
Thursday 14 The Institute, Birmingham
Friday 15 O2 Shepherds Bush Empire

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Mutya Keisha Siobhan Bring 'Flatline' Single Out A Week Early 3844128 News

Sugababes 2.0, or Mutya Keisha Siobhan (a.k.a MKS) as they are otherwise known, have announced their plans to release their first official single together on 6 September. This is the second time that the girls have moved the release date for 'Flatline,' having previously set 1 September as the ETA, before moving it to 15 September. Hopefully, this will be the last time we see the release date moved.

Mutya Keisha Siobhan
Mutya Keisha Siobhan are plotting pop domination once again

The publicist for the pop trio - Mutya Buena, Keisha Buchanan and Siobhan Donaghy - confirmed with Digital Spy that they have decided to move the release date for a second time so that it coincides with their appearance on Alan Carr's Chatty Man this Friday (6 Sept.) in a bid to secure more success in the charts. According to a statement released on their official website, the reformed former Sugababes have also completed work on their first album as MKS, which will be released in 2014.

Watch the lyrics video for 'Flatline'
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"It's definitely finished, done, ready to go! We know what we want and we've got it," the girls told Digital Spy in a recent interview. "We love all the songs on the record so much that we wouldn't be willing to take anything off it if we recorded something new now...We can't mess with it again!"

Recently, the girls performed some of their new songs, including 'Boys' and 'Love Me Hard,' at a show at London's Scala, during which they also premiered their second single from the album. The girl refused to reveal which track it was that will be the single, only confirming that they have performed their second single, which will be out before 2014.

Mutya Buena
Mutya Buena performing with the band this summer

Siobhan Donaghy
Siobhan Donaghy was happy to return to pop after being the first Sugababe to leave the band

Keisha Buchanan
Keisha Buchanan is also back with her former bandmates

Sugababes 2.0, or Mutya Keisha Siobhan (a.k.a MKS) as they are otherwise known, have announced their plans to release their first official single together on 6 September. This is the second time that the girls have moved the release date for 'Flatline,' having previously set 1 September as the ETA, before moving it to 15 September. Hopefully, this will be the last time we see the release date moved.

Mutya Keisha Siobhan
Mutya Keisha Siobhan are plotting pop domination once again

The publicist for the pop trio - Mutya Buena, Keisha Buchanan and Siobhan Donaghy - confirmed with Digital Spy that they have decided to move the release date for a second time so that it coincides with their appearance on Alan Carr's Chatty Man this Friday (6 Sept.) in a bid to secure more success in the charts. According to a statement released on their official website, the reformed former Sugababes have also completed work on their first album as MKS, which will be released in 2014.

Watch the lyrics video for 'Flatline'
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"It's definitely finished, done, ready to go! We know what we want and we've got it," the girls told Digital Spy in a recent interview. "We love all the songs on the record so much that we wouldn't be willing to take anything off it if we recorded something new now...We can't mess with it again!"

Recently, the girls performed some of their new songs, including 'Boys' and 'Love Me Hard,' at a show at London's Scala, during which they also premiered their second single from the album. The girl refused to reveal which track it was that will be the single, only confirming that they have performed their second single, which will be out before 2014.

Mutya Buena
Mutya Buena performing with the band this summer

Siobhan Donaghy
Siobhan Donaghy was happy to return to pop after being the first Sugababe to leave the band

Keisha Buchanan
Keisha Buchanan is also back with her former bandmates

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MKS: We could've taken Sugababes name 3790560 News

Mutya Keisha Siobhan say they could have been called the Sugababes if they ''wanted''.

The 'Flatline' singers - who formed the original line-up of the chart-topping girl group - claim they could have reunited under their previous band's name, but decided to focus on producing new music instead of winning back their old moniker.

Keisha Buchanan, who was the longest serving Sugababe before leaving in 2009, explained to BBC News: ''We could have had the name if we wanted to go and get it, I guess. But I don't feel like we needed it. There was so much emphasis on the name and we wanted it to be about us.''

Her bandmate Siobhan Donaghy - who left the original incarnation of the Sugababes in 2001 after the release of their debut album 'One Touch' - says the trio, which also consists of Mutya Buena, felt there was ''unfinished business'' between them and they were curious to see what new music they could come up with.

She said: ''I think we felt like there was unfinished business with the way the other band ended up, and it felt like, what would the next album after 'One Touch' have sounded like? We wanted to give it a try.

''I think the music has moved on and it's more contemporary, so it's not similar to 'One Touch' in that sense, but what is similar is that we've chosen lots of different genres of music that we're able to put together on one album that still sounds like a body of work.''

The Sugababes have seen numerous line-up changes since Siobhan's exit; Heidi Range joined Keisha and Mutya in 2001, but Mutya quit the group in 2005 and was replaced by Amelle Berrabah. In 2009, Keisha was dropped in favour of Jade Ewen.

Mutya Keisha Siobhan say they could have been called the Sugababes if they ''wanted''.

The 'Flatline' singers - who formed the original line-up of the chart-topping girl group - claim they could have reunited under their previous band's name, but decided to focus on producing new music instead of winning back their old moniker.

Keisha Buchanan, who was the longest serving Sugababe before leaving in 2009, explained to BBC News: ''We could have had the name if we wanted to go and get it, I guess. But I don't feel like we needed it. There was so much emphasis on the name and we wanted it to be about us.''

Her bandmate Siobhan Donaghy - who left the original incarnation of the Sugababes in 2001 after the release of their debut album 'One Touch' - says the trio, which also consists of Mutya Buena, felt there was ''unfinished business'' between them and they were curious to see what new music they could come up with.

She said: ''I think we felt like there was unfinished business with the way the other band ended up, and it felt like, what would the next album after 'One Touch' have sounded like? We wanted to give it a try.

''I think the music has moved on and it's more contemporary, so it's not similar to 'One Touch' in that sense, but what is similar is that we've chosen lots of different genres of music that we're able to put together on one album that still sounds like a body of work.''

The Sugababes have seen numerous line-up changes since Siobhan's exit; Heidi Range joined Keisha and Mutya in 2001, but Mutya quit the group in 2005 and was replaced by Amelle Berrabah. In 2009, Keisha was dropped in favour of Jade Ewen.

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