Popular dance music act from the early 2000s makes long-awaited return with first album in over a decade following successful track record of hits

Popular dance music act from the early 2000s makes long-awaited return with first album in over a decade following successful track record of hits

Noughties dance act Cascada are preparing to make a comeback with brand new music.

The German group are set to release their first album in 13 years this October.

From 2004 onwards they were famed for hits such as Everytime We Touch, Evacuate the Dancefloor and Miracle among others.

Singer Natalie Horler told The Sun of their new album: ‘It’s inspired by the times of [New York club] Studio 54.

‘We’re doing a take of in a more modern disco style.

Popular dance music act from the early 2000s makes long-awaited return with first album in over a decade following successful track record of hits

Noughties dance act Cascada are preparing to make a comeback with brand new music (pictured in Januuary)

The German group are set to release their first album in 13 years this October (pictured in 2007)

The German group are set to release their first album in 13 years this October (pictured in 2007)

‘I’m so excited about it because it’s been a while since I’ve done a whole album.

‘It’s nearly finished.’

Rather than enlisting the help of songwriters, Natalie has been writing her own music.

She says while she has not been through much heartbreak herself, she is drawing on the experiences of her friends who have for the songs.

Natalie represented Germany in Eurovision in Malmö in Sweden in 2013, yet was accused of plagiarising the 2012 winning song Euphoria by Sweden’s Loreen.

Boasting a whopping 108k followers, Cascada uses her Instagram page to share a slew of stunning snaps – including a number of racy topless shots.

Her svelte frame is the result of gruelling hours spent in the gym – yet the star admits she does not stop herself eating what she likes.

In a caption from 2020, Natalie penned: ‘getting there… I don’t talk about this stuff a lot, as I see myself as a normal, sport-loving person- I find too many people wanting to pass their “knowledge” on like a trainer, which is not something I’d ever do…

From 2004 onwards they were famed for hits such as Everytime We Touch, Evacuate the Dancefloor and Miracle among others (pictured in 2008)

From 2004 onwards they were famed for hits such as Everytime We Touch, Evacuate the Dancefloor and Miracle among others (pictured in 2008)

‘I know and respect too many people in the athletic field to compare myself to them in any way and I will gladly leave them to their hard earned expertise. I actually don’t go too mad about nutrition for instance…

‘I watch what i eat, but if i fancy a cadburys cream egg (like during this time of year!!) or a martini (which i am sipping while writing this) i’ll go for it… 

‘I’m lucky i love working out, even if i enjoy lying around on the couch watching netflix just as much. I think when you get to a point that sport becomes part of your normal routine and you’re lucky enough to find things you enjoy that keep you fit…then you’re sorted. Have a lovely evening everyone! Big kisses!’

In February last year, Cascada returned to the US for the first time in a decade after which she was asked by Just Jared why she had chosen then to come back.

She said: ‘To be fair, we’ve been speaking about it since several years ago. 

‘You have to apply for visas and stuff like that, it’s not like a decision to come over. 

‘You have to do it all the right way. It’s a lot of paperwork. It costs a lot of money…

Singer Natalie Horler told The Sun of their new album: 'It¿s inspired by the times of [New York club] Studio 54. We¿re doing a take of in a more modern disco style' (pictured in 2007)

Singer Natalie Horler told The Sun of their new album: ‘It’s inspired by the times of [New York club] Studio 54. We’re doing a take of in a more modern disco style’ (pictured in 2007)

‘You’ve really got to make that decision. We’ve been very fortunate to be booked in so many different places. 

‘Sometimes things were just booked up, like, oh God, where are we gonna fit in the States? And then the pandemic hit as well…

‘We were talking about it very directly in 2019, and yeah. That bloody thing. 

‘We should have come over a little bit earlier, but it has been in the works for years now. And now this has been where it’s finally happened. Yes. Finally.

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