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Steps have announced the release of their seventh studio album, What The Future Holds Pt 2.
Featuring ten brand-new, unheard songs, the 15-track record - set for a September 2021 release - will also feature the vocals of RuPaul's Drag Race star Michelle Visage.
The iconic group announced the news in a YouTube video on Thursday, and also released the video for song Heartbreak In This City, which features Michelle.
The new album is a sequel to 2020's What The Future Holds Pt 1, and will include new songs alongside five acoustic versions of recent hits.
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Steps' new music video was choreographed by Mark Jennings and shot primarily in Manchester in line with pandemic restrictions.
Discussing the new release, 45-year-old band member Lisa Scott-Lee - who filmed her scenes in Dubai - said: 'We couldn't have been more thrilled about the reaction to our What The Future Holds album last November, and the ongoing love from fans for all our single and video releases since.'
Faye Tozer, 45, added: 'While lockdown has been really tough, we were fortunate enough to use the time to record a load of brand-new songs for you all!
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'What originally started as a deluxe version of the album has now become a full new record.'
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Ian 'H' Watkins, 44, branded one of the group's upcoming tracks 'an electronic anthem'.
Speaking of his favourite songs, the singer said: 'Some of our favourites include Take Me For A Ride which has a proper 80s vibe and A Hundred Years of Winter which is an icy electronic anthem written by our friend, the brilliant songwriter Darren Hayes from Savage Garden.'
Steps split in 2001 after achieving fourteen consecutive top 5 singles, sold over 20 million records and reached Number One with three albums and three singles.
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They are BRIT award winning and hold the record for the most consecutive sold-out nights at Wembley.
After a brief reunion in 2011, they embarked on a sell-out 12 date arena tour and the releasing their fourth album, before going on hiatus.
Steps dominated the charts in the 90s and early 00's with hits such as 5,6,7,8, Tragedy, Better The Devil You Know and Love's Got A Hold Of My Heart.
They were due to tour their new album What the Future Holds Pt 1 but were forced to postpone it because of the coronavirus pandemic.
'Performing live has always been our favourite part of being in Steps. We had the most fun of our career on tour,' the band told Daily Mail Australia in September.
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