Spice Girls are releasing first song since 2007 called Feed Your Love to celebrate their 25th anniversary

Feed Your Love, a previously unreleased ballad, is being released to c3ommemorate the 25th anniversary of the world’s biggest girlband.

The song, which will feature Victoria Beckham, will be included in the band’s Wannabe25 EP, which will be released next month.

It’s a pre-release demo of a previously unreleased ballad written by Spice Girls and Wannabe co-writers Richard ‘Biff’ Stannard and Matt Rowe.

It was thought that this slow, soulful song was never released because it was deemed too racy for their audience at the time.

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However, a brief excerpt did end up being leaked on the internet in 2016.

Along with Posh Spice, 47, the track also features Mel C, 47, Emma Bunton, 45, Geri Horner, 48, and Mel B, 46.

The original single and a remix by Junior Vasquez, which was originally a bonus track on the 2 Become 1 single in 1996, are also included on Wannabe25.

Wannabe, which peaked at No. 1 in 1996, was the group’s best-selling single, and the band spent much of the lockdown brainstorming ways to commemorate its milestone anniversary.

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After permission to film in Barcelona was denied, the iconic video was shot in the entrance and on the staircase of the former Midland Grand Hotel in St Pancras, London.

Wannabe, which was released in July 1996, catapulted the Spice Girls to global stardom, selling over 1.3 million CD singles and downloads worldwide.

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The song is also the longest-reigning No. 1 by a girl group.

The limited edition Wannabe25 EP will be available to stream on July 9th and to purchase physically on July 23rd.

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The Spice Girls are also launching the #IAmASpiceGirl campaign, inviting fans to share their Spice Girls stories, which will be featured on the Spice Girls website and social media.

Fans can send videos and messages to spicegirls@umusic.com or via social media with the hashtag #IAMASPICEGIRL.

The band stated, “The Spice Girls belong to everyone, which is why we want to celebrate our incredible fans as we celebrate 25 years of ‘Wannabe.'”