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24 June 2013, 15:42
The 'Flatlines' trio confirm their first record since reuniting is now done and ready.
Mutya Keisha Siobhan have confirmed that their new album is now finished and ready to release.
The original Sugababes line-up, who reunited in 2012 under their new name, are expected to officially announce their reunion record in the coming months.
Keisha Buchanan has opened up about the recording process, and says they are all very happy with the finished album.
"The album is finished and we all love it," Keisha told the Star On Sunday. "I think it's the strongest yet.
"It's not manufactured in any way," the pop star explained. "We turned down big songs that would be huge hits because they weren't right for the album.
"We haven't been afraid to make the music we wanted to make," Keisha added.
Check out a picture of Mutya Keisha Siobhan reunited together below (Credit: Twitter):
The original Sugababes star also commented on working with Heidi and Amelle during the end of her time with the girl band several years ago.
"I had a great time with all the girls and am proud of all the albums I've made, but I do feel this line-up is the strongest vocally,' she explained. "our voices blend so well together."
Mutya Keisha Siobhan unveiled lead single 'Flatlines' last week for the first time.