Girlband Parade have revealed the string of producers that they have been collaborating with on new material.
The quintet, who hit the Top 10 with 'Louder' in 2011 and released follow-up 'Perfume' one year ago today, had previously been rumoured to be working with Tim Powell, responsible for some of Sugababes and Girls Aloud's biggest hits, as well as Paloma Faith's recent smash 'Picking Up The Pieces'.
Bianca Claxton revealed on the band's Tumblr: "We’ve been really busy working with lots of different writers and producers. It’s been awesome having total control over the music we write and being part of the whole creative process.
"We’ve been so lucky to be working with such amazing people. We’ve made some awesome music with Tim Powell, Fred Ball, Rymez, Jamal Hadaway, Jester, Da Beatfreakz, Ed Drewett, Stefan Abingdon, Vela and MNEK, and we have sessions lined up with many more genius producers and writers like Julie Thompson, Karl Gordon and Martin Sjolie!
Sian Charlsworth added: "We can’t give too much away but Gwen Stefani, M.I.A., Lily Allen, and the Spice Girls have all been massive inspirations for this album, and the Parade sound is bigger and better than ever."
The group recently supported The Wanted on their arena tour, and have also supported Marcus Collins and Alexandra Burke.