Pop sensations Bananarama are back with a new album and will perform in Brighton.

Sara Dallin and Keren Woodward will play an intimate in-store show at Brighton’s HMV store on March 8 next year to celebrate their new compilation record, Glorious, out the same day.

The album documents their hits throughout the years, including Really Saying Something, Cruel Summer, Love In The First Degree and Venus.

Bananarama will be in the store from noon meeting fans who can pick up an exclusive copy of the record, which is accompanied by a book featuring an introduction by broadsheet journalist Fiona Sturges, articles by Sara and Keren, and an in-depth exploration of Bananarama’s relationship with fashion and music by writer and trends expert Katie Baron.

It also includes photography of many of Bananarama's outfits and memorabilia from their personal collections.

“We wanted this to be a unique collection, a celebration of all the twists and turns in our career,” said Sara.

“We compiled endless lists of songs, album tracks and hit singles and whittled it down to 40: our favourite tracks from the past four decades.

“Leafing through my early lyric books transported me back to that teenage girl writing poems and scribbles that would eventually be turned into songs.

“Each track is a piece of the jigsaw and a connection to me. Together they create the bigger picture, the story of us as artists. It has been one almighty journey.”

Keren said: “At times we have maybe felt that we haven’t received the credit, respect, and recognition we deserve, certainly sometimes purely down to the fact we were born female.

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“I feel the collection of songs we have amassed over the last four decades hopefully speak for themselves, so I don’t have to.

“Putting the music together for this project made me realise how much we have achieved and how determined, tenacious, and hardworking we are.”

Anyone wanting to see the duo can buy a ticket via the HMV website when purchasing the new record.