Ashley Roberts has confirmed the Pussycat Dolls will release new music this year.
The singer revealed the group are planning to lay down more tracks before their tour, which is currently set for May after being postponed due to the pandemic.
"We'll definitely do new music. We've got to get in the studio and make that happen," she told the Heart Showbiz Hub podcast.
She noted the group – who returned with React, their first song in a decade, in 2020 – have "time" to work on material and drop new singles, while she also admitted the tour can only happen once it's "safe and healthy" to do so.
"Especially now with having Miss Rona (coronavirus) step in, we've got time and we want to get people ramped up and excited again before we go out on tour, which, who knows when that will be," she continued.
"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."