British boyband DAMAGE are preparing to launch a comeback this summer (10).
The group, fronted by Emma Bunton's longterm partner Jade Jones, found fame in the U.K. with a string of chart hits in the 1990s before parting ways in 2001.
They played the occasional gig together, but now they're set to release a new album, No Regrets (Who We Are), later this year (10).
A video montage on their revamped website states, "This summer one group will re-unite for the first time in six years - they are Damage."
And Bunton is delighted with the reformation of the band, telling her Twitter.com followers, "So excited, check this out!"
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