Spice Girls have celebrated the 25th anniversary of their iconic debut single Wannabe by releasing a new, previously un-heard track.
Feed Your Love was written by the band's frequent co-writers Richard 'Biff' Stannard and Matt Rowe, who were also responsible for penning Wannabe, Spice Up Your Life and Viva Forever, all Number 1 hits on the Official Singles Chart.
Technically the first "new" music the girls have released since their reunion in 2007, Feed Your Love is a bit of a change in pace, a luxuriant R&B ballad clearly inspired by the likes of Janet Jackson and Babyface which features a soft production and spoken-word sections.
The track forms part of the Wannabe25 EP, which is available to stream now. Fans will be able to purchase it physically on vinyl and cassette on July 23.
Celebrating a quarter of a century since the Spice Girls' game changing debut single, the release forms a part of the #IAmASpiceGirl campaign, in which the group are inviting fans to share their Spice memories via socials using the hashtag.
Celebrating the anniversary, the band said: "The Spice Girls belong to everyone and that’s why we want to mark 25 years of Wannabe by celebrating our incredible fans".
Wannabe catapulted Victoria Adams, Melanie Brown, Melanie Chisholm, Geri Halliwell and Emma Bunton to international pop superstardom upon its release. A number 1 hit on both sides of the Atlantic, it would be the first of nine chart-toppers the five-piece would release.
Shifting a mammoth 2.03 million chart sales, including 1.32 million pure sales and 84.2 million streams, Wannabe is the seventh best-selling debut single of all time.