Sade, the band led by Sade Adu, have been hinting at new music for some time, and now we have confirmation they have been in the studio. Billboard reports that the group have been recording at Provence, France's famed Miraval Studios. “You could feel the love that she and the band had for this place," Miraval partner Damien Quintard told Billboard in a cover story about the reopening of the studio, where Pink Floyd, AC/DC, The Cure, The Cranberries and many others have recorded. Sade, who recorded part of Promise and Stronger Than Pride at Miraval, were the first to record there since the studio reopened.
Beyond that there has been no other news shared. Sade's last new music was in 2018 with “Flower of the Universe” for Ava DuVernay’s big screen adaptation of A Wrinkle in Time, and “The Big Unknown” for Steve McQueen’s film, Widows. Sade's last album was 2010's Soldier of Love.