They're back: Destiny's Child announced they are returning to reunite for the first time since the group split in 2005. They made their announcement on -- where else? -- Facebook on Thursday, and at the same time released their first new music since then, "Nuclear," which is embedded below.
The group, comprised of Beyonce, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, will also reunite during Super Bowl XLVII, on Feb. 3. Beyonce was already known to be headlining that half-time show, and she'll be joined by her cohorts.
In addition, on Jan. 29, they'll release "Love Songs," a collection of songs the group recorded between 1997 and 2004.
Amazon.com described the albums as follows:
Generally known for their dance floor pop and R&B anthems, Destiny's Child demonstrate their equally compelling command of contemporary torch songs and ballads throughout Love Songs.
Comprised mainly of romantic gems recorded between 1997 and 2004, Love Songs features "Nuclear," the first new Destiny's Child recording since 2004. Produced by Pharrell Williams (who cowrote the track with DC's Michelle Williams, James Fauntleroy and Lonny Bereal), "Nuclear" features vocal production by Beyoncé and Lonny Bereal.
The track listings for the album are as follows:
1. Cater 2 U
2. Killing Time
3. Second Nature
5. Now That She's Gone
6. Brown Eyes
9. If You Leave (featuring Next)
12. Say My Name (Timbaland remix)
As you can see, "Nuclear" ends the album, and begins the new "Destiny's Child" era. Listen to the new track, embedded.