New Single: Red Dress
Release Date: 6 March 2006
Chart topping trio, SUGABABES, will release the third single from their number 1 album (Taller in More Ways) on 6 March. RED DRESS is the follow up single to "Push The Button" which stayed at number 1 for 3 weeks and "Ugly" which is currently number 1 in the UK airplay chart.
Click here to watch the video for 'Red Dress' the fantastic new single from the Sugababes, out to buy on the 6th of March.
The last few months have been hectic for the girls with a line up change in late December when Mutya decided to leave the band due to personal reasons and Amelle Berrabah stepped into the fold.
TALLER IN MORE WAYS is now double platinum (over 700,000 copies sold) in the UK and the previous two albums are both triple platinum (over 900,000 copies sold). The band have also just been nominated for a BRIT for Best Single for "Push The Button" and are in the enviable postion of enjoying both commerical and criticial success having already won a host of awards including a BRIT award, a Q Award, a Smash Hits Award and an ELLE style Award.
A nearly sold out UK tour dates is schedule for March/April. Dates as follows:
17th Mar - Sheffield, City Hall
18th Mar - Liverpool, Philharmonic Hall
20th Mar - Glasgow, ClydeAuditorium
23rd Mar - Newcastle, City Hall
25th Mar - Manchester, Apollo
27th Mar - Hull, City Hall
28th Mar - Nottingham, Royal Centre
30th Mar - Bristol, Colston Hall
31st Mar - Plymouth, Pavillions
1st April - Bournemouth, International Centre
3rd April - Brighton, Centre
4th April - Ipswich, Regents Theatre
6th April - Reading, Riverman
7th April - Cardiff, International Arena
8th April - Birmingham, NIA
10th April - London, Hammersmith Apollo
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