Sugababes have given a look at cover art for their upcoming studio album "Sweet 7th". Heidi Range, Amelle Berrabah and new member Jade Ewen are pictured wearing black skimpy clothes and leaning against the wall.
"Sweet 7th" is going to be released in U.S. on November 23. The album will become their first effort after the departure of Keisha Buchanan. "It was about remembering what we are," said Amelle about the upcoming release. "And thinking about what we can be. We love this band. We love what we do. And we love the fact that every album is different from the last."
Sugababes lost Keisha Buchanan in September this year. Rumor suggested Amelle Berrabah had received death threat and thousands of abusive letters from music fans because she, though had denied the accusation, was believed as the one who had pushed out Keisha from the group.
Earlier this month, Sugababes were forced to cancel their planned show at the Royal Concert Hall on October 8 because "there are a number of legal issues to be finalized by all parties" following their change of line-up. Days after the cancellation, they announced "Sugababes will be returning this year to the Capital Radio Jingle Bell Ball!" on December 5.
The comeback announcement, however, was followed by shocking news which claimed "Amelle will be staying at a private health clinic in Europe where she will be able to rest and recuperate under expert supervision" due to a severe bout of nervous exhaustion.