Reformed British girl group All Saints have been dumped by their record label following poor sales of their comeback album Studio 1.
The Never Ever foursome signed to EMI’s Parlophone label last year after a five year hiatus and released their single Rock Steady in November.
When Studio 1 was released the same month, it entered the UK charts at a dismal number 40 – far below their last studio album Saints And Sinner, which hit the top of the album charts in 2000.
A statement from Parlophone reads: “Both the label and the group are proud of the album Studio 1. All Saints are excited about moving forwards with their career and Parlophone wishes them the best of luck.”
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