Charlotte Church is aiming revive her chart career but admits she is "scared" of returning.
Church - who most recently was a judge on BBC1's 'Over The Rainbow' – is set to release her first pop album in five years before the end of the year.
She told the Press Association that the title track of the album and the first single – 'Back To Scratch' - resonates with her after her break-up with rugby star Gavin Henson. She said "It became the perfect song for my situation, so I sing it with a lot of conviction."
The album, which is out on November 1, will be her second pop album.
Speaking about the decision to return to music, Church said: "The decision to come back to work after I had babies and stuff, I was a bit scared - but music and singing is what I do and I don't think I'll ever lose my passion for it at all."
Church said she had been "experimenting and trying to create a new, different sound but one that also goes with my voice".