Steps say they haven't discussed new album
Steps’ Lee Latchford-Evans says the band haven’t spoken about recording a new album together.
Reports surfaced last month that Sony reneged on a deal which would have seen the newly reunited quintet release the long-awaited follow-up to 2000’s 'Buzz.'
However, the 37-year-old said told The Daily Star that the group didn’t have any concrete plans to head back into the recording studio:
“There’s talk of a new album but it’s just speculation.
“We would love to do it but we haven’t actually sat down with anyone to discuss how Steps might work in the modern world, and with which producers.”
The ‘Tragedy’ stars, who yesterday were announced on the bill for July’s PWL reunion show in Hyde Park, will kick off their sell-out UK & Ireland arena tour in Belfast on Apr 2 and Lee says that the group will not disappoint:
“We ain’t got any elephants on stage but we’ve got a few things the fans really want.”
Watch the reformed Steps perform 'Tragedy' on This Morning below:
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