Siobhan Fahey and Marcella Detroit spoke to Sky News about their comeback, saying the time is finally right to get back together.
Shakespears Sister have announced their comeback, reuniting the original line-up after 26 years.
After much speculation, Siobhan Fahey and Marcella Detroit have confirmed to Sky News they are reforming the band - best known for the 1992 number one single Stay (and its eerily unforgettable music video) - with new music, a singles collection and also a UK tour.
"I love our new music," says Fahey. "I'm really, really excited about it.
"Live, we rock. It's quite ballsy, it's got a swagger to it."
There was lots of bitterness between the two when they disbanded in the 1990s, she admits. "But there is no longer."
Both said they knew that for the band to reform, it "couldn't be like it was before".
"You have to be united and on the same page," says Detroit.