Steps have now delivered the news fans have been itching to hear since their 2017 Tears on The Dancefloor tour, they are to release new music.
The 90s mega-group are set to release their first single in almost four years, with the help of Grammy award winner, Sia Furler.
Famed for their hits including Tragedy, Claire Richards, Lee Latchford-Evans, Lisa Scott-Lee, Faye Tozer and Ian ‘H’ Watkins will release What The Future Holds on November 27.
The group are also gearing up to release their sixth studio album which will also bear the same name as the title single.
Speaking about their new record, Claire told The Sun : “We were like, ‘Oh my God, this is amazing’.
“We’d had such a massive success with our last album Tears On The Dancefloor that this second stage of our reunion, we’ve just taken each day as it comes really.”
She added: “There wasn’t a ten-year plan. We had that album, we were going to do it, see how it went and make the decision if we wanted to do it again.”
Lisa Scott-Lee added that it was “lovely” that fans responded in such a positive way.
Revealing all about global hitmaker Sia penning the track, Claire explained: “She wrote the track for herself but realised it wasn’t really for her and gave it to us.
“It’s not like it was in the bottom of a drawer somewhere. It was her who said, ‘We should give this to Steps because it would really suit them’.”
Unable to contain her fangirling, Lisa chipped in with: “I am such a huge Sia fan. Her music is completely up my street, I have so much admiration for her as an artist and a songwriter so I’m in pop heaven.
“It has got back to us that she is a Steps fan and also that she has Steps on her playlists, which is great.”
While Geordie princess Faye confessed that the band almost axed the single just six months ago when the world went into lockdown.
“We had a call from the record company in America saying, ‘We need to make a choice, either it goes ahead or it doesn’t’.
“It was so hard because we’d worked so hard to get this whole project together, make it sound perfect.”