Never ever will we get tired of seeing our favorite throwback groups together again.
You can write it in a letter, babe.
The '90s girl group All Saints is reuniting (again.)
The band has a new single "One Strike" dropping in late February, and their fourth album, Red Flag, will be released on April 8.
If you haven't been giving enough love to your girl group playlists recently, let us take you on a little All Saints crash course.
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The British-Canadian girl group first formed in 1993, and their debut album, All Saints, hit shelves in 1997.
Their style was like four Sporty Spices, so no one in your friend group had to buy a sequined baby doll dress to look like them.
We are all about that #CargoPantsLife.
The All Saints single you probably know word-for-word? "Never Ever."
You know, it's that song where a woman dramatically delivers a one minute monologue over somber piano while harmonizing voices slowly fade in?
Never ever has a girl dishing about post-breakup closure ever sounded so serious.
We guarantee if you hit karaoke tonight and start that "a few questions that I need to know / how you could ever hurt me so..." speech, the room will immediately be on board for some '90s nostalgia.
Plus, the Spice Girls' "Wannabe" may have "so here's a story from A to Z," but All Saints also knew how to grab us with formative lyrics, like...
Plus, these ladies can siiiiing.
They've showed off their harmonies both with original songs, but also with covers like "Under the Bridge" and "Lady Marmalade."
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All Saints (which is made up of Melanie Blatt, Shaznay Lewis, Nicole Appleton, and Natalie Appleton) also recognizes the importance of a reunion.
The group reformed to tour with the Backstreet Boys in 2014.
Boy bands and girl groups are helping each other reunite for their fans, and that's a beautiful thing.