Irish girlband B*Witched has revealed they are considering heading back into the studio together to record some new material.
Having recently settled their differences and reunited for The Big Reunion TV show and tour, Sinéad O’Carroll, Lindsay Armaou, Edele and Keavy Lynch are now toying with the idea of recording a new album.
Appearing on ITV’s This Morning, the Irish four-piece spoke about how awkward it was when they first reunited for the TV show.
O'Carroll said: "It was really awkward and I felt really uncomfortable . . . because we were so close and we were all then so separate."
Keavy added: "We all knew that by doing this show we have to just be honest and air everything and try and get back on a good track. Because we knew that we weren't, and we knew that if we did the show and we didn't just be honest with each other, it'd just be a disaster."
Speaking about how grateful they were for the opportunity to repair their friendships and work together again, Lindsay said: "We are in such a good place now and I'm grateful that we had to do that because that's why we are in a good place now. We had to air our feelings. We had to do it."
When asked about their future together, Keavy revealed: "Of course, we are talking about doing new material and stuff, but exactly where, what, when and how, we don't know."