It's official: '90s girl groups are making a comeback! Sure, The Spice Girls (who may or may not have a reunion up their sleeve) are the biggest female act to come out of the U.K.—but let's not forget that All Saints weren't too far behind. The English-Canadian act has kept mum for a decade until today (Feb. 23), as they have released a new single, "One Strike."
The four ladies feed into your nostalgia while maintaining a modern edge on their new tune, thanks to its sweeping synth-pop melodies and lush harmonies. To top it all off, it is inspired by member Nicole Appleton’s 2014 divorce from Liam Gallagher. "One Strike" is the first taste off All Saints' first album in 10 years, Red Flag, due April 8.