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March, 6

Steps announce comeback – with help from ABBA stars Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus

Pop favourites Steps have announced their long-awaited comeback.

Claire Richards, Lee Latchford-Evans, Lisa Scott-Lee, Ian ‘H’ Watkins and Faye Tozer have teamed up with ABBA legends Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus to release new music in celebration of their 20th anniversary.

The group said it felt natural to collaborate with Andersson and Ulvaeus on Story Of A Heart as they had been compared to the Swedish pop group in the past.

“We’ve always had that comparison with Abba so it’s amazing to work with Benny and Bjorn,” Scott-Lee told The Sun.

“When we heard the special album track they gave to us we said, ‘that’s perfect’.

“It’s a bridge to where we were and it moves on nicely to where we’re taking the new music.”

Tears On The Dancefloor will be the groups first studio album in five years. The first single from the album, Scared Of The Dark, is out this Friday.

They will embark on a 15-date arena tour later this year where they will be supported by the Vengaboys.

Speaking of the new album, Scott-Lee said: “We’ve been quietly working away probably for the past 18 months to two years to get everything just right for the new album.”

The group said reforming and releasing new music is what “everyone needs right now”.

Latchford-Evans said: “Everybody seems to be down, negative, depressed, have no money, can’t do this and can’t do that.

“With what’s happened over in America now too, everyone’s just like, ‘Oh my God’.

“But this music comes along and all the fans are like, ‘We need a breath of fresh air’. Hopefully we can bring that.”

Steps sold more than 20 million albums in the nineties and early noughties and enjoyed chart success with hits including Tragedy, Deeper Shade of Blue and Chain Reaction.

The group have yet to announce a release date for the album.

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