"The trio first reconnected in 2009, but didn't really get the ball rolling until 2011. Realizing the chemistry they had for their first album was still intact, Buena, Buchanan and Donaghy started writing and recording material on their own with producers they sought out. By the time Polydor Records signed them in 2012, Mutya Keisha Siobhan already had a significant chunk of new music recorded.Which means they were already well on the way before the PopJustice interview. The writer has also heard patches of the album with talk of "pots and pans" which sounds, well I don't know what that sounds like.
"The forthcoming set will be released in the U.K. in the very early part of 2014 on Polydor Records. "Flatline," which is already making viral waves on SoundCloud with more than 220,000 plays, will be released commercially to retailers in the U.K. on Sept. 1."
Music This Billboard interview with Mutya, Keisha and Siobhan doesn't offer much that's new about, but the fact of its very existence is noteworthy in and of itself, plus there is some stuff about the recording of the album: