S Club 7 considering new music
- Bang Showbiz
- 17 November 2014
S Club 7 have revealed that they will consider recording new music if the reaction to their 2015 UK tour is positive
S Club 7 are considering recording new music.
The seven-piece pop group - comprised of Bradley McIntosh, Hannah Spearitt, Jo O'Meara, Jon Lee, Paul Cattermole, Rachel Stevens and Tina Barrett - revealed today (17.11.14) that they will take to the stage for the first time in 12 years for a tour of UK arenas in 2015, and have also suggested that they may record new tracks or an album if the series of shows is successful.
When asked if they would like to work on new tracks together, Jo told BANG Showbiz: "Who knows? Yeah?"
Paul continued: "We have nothing planned at the moment for new music.
"We're going to concentrate on the hits that got us where we are, the ones that are classics with the fans, but you never know."
Former 'Strictly Come Dancing' contestant, Rachel, added: "Watch this space!"
On whether the 'Don't Stop Movin' hitmakers would be performing any of their individual solo tracks on their tour, Bradley explained it was an idea which they are still thinking about.
He explained: "I think a lot of this stuff is up for discussion, we've still got to walk about what songs we want to perform."
Paul added: "I think in the classic social media thing of the way things are these days, we're allowing the fans to say and give us advice, to say what they want to hear."
The band split up in 2003 following a career which saw them release four studio albums and rack up 10 million global record sales, but Rachel went on to have a successful solo career with the 2003 album 'Funky Dory' and 2005's 'Come and Get It', spawning hit singles 'Some Girls' and 'Sweet Dreams My LA Ex'.
On whether she has any plans to make any more solo hits, Rachel said: "You never know! At the moment we're all together concentrating on this, and as Bradley said we haven't worked out how it will work with solo numbers and things, but I would love to. I guess we'll just see what happens."