Pussycat Dolls are planning to release new music ahead of their comeback tour

"We're going to keep the music flowing."

The Pussycat Dolls are planning to release new music ahead of their rescheduled comeback tour this year, according to band member Ashley Roberts.

Speaking on her Heart Showbiz Hub podcast, Ashley said: "We’ll definitely do new music. We’ve got to get in the studio and make that happen."

The Pussycat Dolls were scheduled to play ten arena dates across the UK last April, and marked the occasion by releasing brand-new track React, earning the group their first UK Top 40 single in 11 years.

However, they were forced to reschedule the tour due to the pandemic, currently booked for May and June this year.

Ashley said the pandemic has given the group time to work on new music, but insisted they will only launch the tour when it is "safe and healthy" to do so.

"We’ve got time and we want to get people ramped up and excited again before we go out on tour," she said. "Which, who knows when that will be.

“It has to be a time when everyone can be in a stadium and be safe and healthy. In the meantime, we’re going to keep the music flowing."

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