Betty Boo has introduced her first new single since she retired her solo career 30 years in the past.
Boo – actual identify Allison Clarkson – formally confirmed the forthcoming launch of observe known as “Get Me To The Weekend” on Twitter on Monday (10 January) after sharing a playlist of occasion anthems with the identical title on 29 December 2021.
The English singer-songwriter posted an audiogram that includes “Get Me To The Weekend” paintings, revealing that the track is scheduled for launch on 22 January.
“Can’t wait for you to hear it!” the 51-year-old signed off, including that the brand new single will premiere on Rylan’s present on BBC Radio 2, earlier than being made out there on-line.
Boo’s breakout efficiency was as visitor vocalist on The Beatmasters’s Top 10 single “Hey DJ/I Can’t Dance (To That Music You’re Playing)” in 1989.
She went on to launch two studio albums – Boomania in 1990 and observe up GRRR! It’s Betty Boo! in 1992– earlier than retiring as a solo artist .
She additionally collaborated with bands like Girls Aloud, writing the songs “Mars Attack”, “Boogie Down Love”, and “Love Bomb” for his or her album Sound Of The (*30*), which was launched in 2003.
Boo known as working with Girls Aloud “a bit s***” in a previous interview with NME, evaluating it with being “an ex-footballer working at a club”.
She additionally shaped duo band WigWam with Blur’s Alex James earlier than the singers parted methods in 2006.
You can pre-save “Get Me To The Weekend” here.