S Membership’s first single in 20 years is titled ‘These are the Days’.
The group – now comprised of Rachel Stevens, 45, Jo O’Meara, 44, Bradley McIntosh, 41, Jon Lee, 41, and 46-year-old Tina Barrett – confirmed the title of the track in a press launch on Monday (24.07.23) after it was reported they had been releasing a observe in reminiscence of their late bandmate Paul Cattermole.
It was additionally revealed the track will include a “shifting movie story that ends with S Membership revealed because the five-piece pop act that they’re immediately”.
The observe is written by the band’s unique No 1 hit songwriting staff of Cathy Dennis, Simon Ellis, Johanne Ellis and producer John Nathaniel.
A launch selling it stated: “The observe pays tribute to their former good friend and beloved S Membership member Paul Cattermole with a shifting movie story that ends with S Membership revealed because the five-piece pop act that they’re immediately.”
The one additionally is about to mark the British group’s twenty fifth anniversary and a offered out 15 date UK enviornment tour deliberate for Autumn 2023 which has been renamed ‘S Membership: The Good Instances Tour’, additionally in tribute to Paul, because it takes the title of an S Membership track and a giant fan favorite track on which he sang lead vocals.
S Membership is now a five-piece as Paul died from coronary heart points in April aged 46 and his ex-girlfriend and former bandmate Hannah Spearritt, 46, determined to depart the group earlier than their new tour after talking of her devastation over Paul’s demise.
A supply informed The Solar in regards to the group’s new single: “It didn’t seem like S Membership had been ever going to make music once more however Paul’s tragic passing has introduced them nearer than ever. They’ve bonded of their grief.
“It’s a stunning slice of nostalgia and followers will immediately recognise it as S Membership.
“It seems like a basic which is able to slot proper in with their previous tunes.
“It’s about wanting again at what an incredible man Paul was and the video was extraordinarily emotional for all of them.
“It celebrates his life and the superb profession S Membership have had.”
Shaped by Simon Fuller, S Membership amassed 4 UK primary singles with ‘Carry It All Again’, ‘By no means Had a Dream Come True’, ‘Don’t Cease Movin’, and ‘Have You Ever’, in addition to the UK primary album ‘7’.
They recorded 4 studio albums, launched 11 singles that each one entered the highest 5 within the UK charts and offered greater than 10 million albums worldwide.