Geri Halliwell has been recording new music in a "magic shed"
Spice Girls songstress Geri Halliwell has revealed that she's been working on a new album and has recorded part of it in a shed.
Writing on her official blog over the weekend, the 'Look At Me' hitmaker explained that she has been writing with Amy Wadge and laying down vocals in a special studio:
"I drove through the rolling hills of Wales to a ‘ginger bread’ house, and was welcomed by a sparkling woman named Amy Wadge (imagine Ellie Golding as a mother, who plays guitar & piano). Instantly my doubt melted, her house was cosy, full of love and memories. We then went to the back garden to her ‘magic shed’ (this is where she wrote with Ed Sheeran - Gold rush)."
Halliwell described Wadge as the 'yin to my yang' and added: "Amy and I had a blast in ‘the shed’ and wrote three great songs… one I believe is super special, it just flowed out of us."
She also spoke about her path to solo success and admitted that she isn't ready to give up: "I got reminded in the magic shed that no matter how old or young we are, maybe we haven’t found our dream, our purpose or success, we haven’t found true love, or maybe we don't know all the answers to the puzzle, we haven’t run a marathon, lost a stone, won an a Grammy or Golden Globe, we haven’t stood up to that shit in the office, chucked the crap boyfriend, or won the largest marrow growing competition - YET!"
Check out her stripped back rendition of 'Wannabe' from the Breast Cancer Care concert here:
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