Spice Girls are releasing first song since 2007 titled Feed Your Love as they celebrate 25th anniversary (and Victoria Beckham is on the track!)
- Wannabe was originally released on 8th July 1996, and catapulted the Spice Girls to global stardom, topping the charts in 37 countries
- Wannabe is the seventh best-selling debut single of all time, and is the longest-reigning Number 1 by a girl group
- To celebrate the 25th anniversary of their smash hit debut single, Ginger, Sporty, Baby, Scary and Posh have put together a four-track EP titled Wannabe25
- The EP includes previously unreleased song Feed Your Love – a slow, soulful ballad – which contains Victoria Beckham’s vocals
The Spice Girls are releasing their first song since 2007.
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of their smash hit debut single Wannabe, Ginger, Sporty, Baby, Scary and Posh have put together Wannabe25 – an EP which will include new song Feed Your Love.
The previously unreleased track – a slow, soulful ballad – contains Victoria Beckham‘s vocals, and will sit alongside the original demo of Wannabe.
OMG! The Spice Girls are releasing their first song since 2007, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of their smash hit debut single Wannabe
The biggest selling girl band of all time are celebrating the 25th anniversary of their debut hit single Wannabe in style, by launching the ‘#IAmASpiceGirl’ campaign and releasing an all-new limited edition EP.
Wannabe25 will be available to stream from 9th July and physically on vinyl and cassette on 23rd July via UMC / EMI, and includes the track Feed Your Love featuring Victoria Beckham’s vocals.
Feed Your Love is a demo of a previously unreleased ballad written by Spice Girls and Wannabe co-writers Richard ‘Biff’ Stannard and Matt Rowe.
As well as Feed Your Love, the new EP will include the original demo recording of Wannabe, the song’s radio edit, an in-demand remix by Junior Vasquez (originally a bonus track on the 1996 ‘2 Become 1’ CD Single).
Huge news! Ginger, Sporty, Baby, Scary and Posh have put together Wannabe 25 – an EP which will include new song Feed Your Love (Pictured in 1996)
Feed Your Love was thought to have never been released because it was consider too racy for their audience at the time, according to The Sun, but a short snippet of the ballad leaked on the internet back in 2016.
Speaking of Wannabe25 and their #IAmASpiceGirl campaign, 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 was originally released on 8th July 1996, and catapulted the Spice Girls to global stardom.
A song that embodies empowerment, it is the most emblematic song of the band’s People Power philosophy and a song that continues to be treasured through the generations.
Wannabe has broken numerous records: It is the seventh best-selling debut single of all time, with over 1.3 million CD singles and download sales, as well as the longest-reigning Number 1 by a girl group.
Putting the band’s much-loved and dedicated fans at the heart of the action, the campaign will be a global celebration of the pioneers of people power.
The band are inviting all fans to take a trip down memory lane and share their stories to be featured on the Spice Girls website and socials as part of the celebration.
There is a Spice Girl within all of us, and their rise to fame was a story lived by millions of us around the world…it’s time for those stories to be told. Fans can send in their videos and messages via socials using the #IAMASPICEGIRL or send to [email protected]
After their iconic 1996 debut single ‘Wannabe’ topped the charts in 37 countries, Spice Girls’ debut album ‘Spice’ went on to sell more than 31 million copies worldwide, becoming the best-selling album of all time by a female group. The girls have gone on to sell more than 90 million records around the globe, releasing three studio albums and 11 singles and winning a host of awards including a BRIT Award for Outstanding Contribution to British Music.
A1. ‘Wannabe’ (Original Radio Edit) (02:53)
A2. ‘Wannabe’ (Junior Vasquez Remix Edit) (05:57)
B1. ‘Wannabe’ (Demo: Previously Unreleased) (02:58)
B2. ‘Feed Your Love’ (Previously Unreleased Song) (04:36)