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    The Spice Girls Are Getting Ready To Release Their First New Song In 14 Years, Just In Time For Hot Girl Summer

    Girl Power!

    Get ready to pull your platform shoes out of the closet.

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    To celebrate the 25th anniversary of The Spice Girls' smash single, "Wannabe," Ginger, Sporty, Baby, Scary, and Posh will release a new EP, Wannabe25, next month.

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    Cool, right? Well, it gets better.

    Spice Girls photographed backstage at the Brit Awards in February 1997
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    The release will feature a previously unreleased track, and I'm absolutely losing my mind.

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    "Feed Your Love," is the girl group's first new song in since 2007.

    The Spice Girls pose with a United Kingdom flag in 1997
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    According to Attitude, "Feed Your Love" was written by The Spice Girls and "Wannabe" co-writers Richard 'Biff' Stannard and Matt Rowe, so you just know it is going to be a bop.

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    And even though Victoria Beckham has been M.I.A. for the last Spice Girls' reunions, she's featured on the track. Thank goodness!

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    It has been 14 years (you read that correct — 14!) since The Spice Girls released new music.

    English pop girl group The Spice Girls in Paris, September 1996
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    Their Greatest Hits album, out in 2007, featured two new songs, "Headlines (Friendship Never Ends)" and "Voodoo."

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    So I'm ready for more! BRB, I gotta go count down the days until "Feed Your Love" hits.

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    You'll be able to stream it and the rest of Wannabe25 on July 9. And if you're a Spice Girls obsessive like myself, you can buy it on vinyl or cassette July 23 via UMC / EMI.

    British all-girl singing group the Spice Girls at the Brit Awards, where they won in the Best Video and Best Single categories, 24th February 1997
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