Girl band All Saints have teased a 2016 comeback on Twitter, posting an image of themselves with the text ‘2016’.
Quite what the girls have in store for the coming year is anyone’s guess, but with recent news of cancelled comeback shows in 2014 (along with Atomic Kitten and East 17) it would appear they are planning to reunite on their own terms.
All Saints last album was 2006’s Studio 1 – their third studio album. They also released the compilation album Pure Shores: The Very Best Of back in 2010, but their major successes came in the late 90s and early 2000s.
Their eponymous debut album was released in 1997 and went five times platinum in the UK and spawned huge hits with the singles I Know Where It’s At, Never Ever and Under The Bridge.
The second album Saints & Sinners was released in 2000 and went straight to number one in the UK album charts, featuring successful singles Black Coffee and Pure Shores.
All Saints reformed in 2006 and then again in 2013 – and haven’t officially split up since then, although things have been quiet since they played V Festival in August 2014.
See the teaser Tweet below:
— All Saints (@AllSaintsOffic) January 1, 2016