UK Girl Group All Saints Announces New Single “Love Lasts Forever”

Mike Wass | May 31, 2018 8:00 pm
All Saints Talks 'Red Flag': Interview
We speak to veteran UK girl group All Saints about their comeback LP, 'Red Flag.'

Edit: The post has been updated with a streaming link for “Love Lasts Forever” below.

After a 10-year hiatus, All Saints made an unexpected comeback in 2016. Their fourth album, Red Flag, didn’t produce any hits, but it earned glowing reviews and peaked at number three in the UK. Given the fleeting nature of reunions, you would be forgiven for thinking it was a one-off thing. Happily, the ladies are back for the long haul and they are releasing a new single called “Love Lasts Forever” on May 31. It was written by Shaznay Lewis and Karl ‘KGee’ Gordon and is described as joyous and uplifting.

The “Never Ever” hitmakers will follow that up with their fifth album, Testament, on July 13. “This album feels exactly where we should be — and want to be — right now creatively,” Shaznay says in a press release. “I really enjoyed writing this album with some very talented producers including [KGee], Fred Ball, Hutch, and a brilliant young producer George Moore who’s new to our team who brought a whole new flavor to the record. A highlight was reuniting with the king of beautiful interesting sounds, William Orbit, which was just amazing.”

Band member Nicole Appleton agrees with that sentiment. “Making this album has been an incredible experience,” she raves. “I’ve had the best journey and, as always, endless fun and laughter with my girls! Every song on the album means something to me that’s why I love it so much! I’m so super proud of it.”

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