Ace of Base Returns ... Sort Of

Ace of Base, the Swedish band responsible for '90s hits "Don't Turn Around" and "The Sign," has its first new single in seven years. But (and there is a but) as the blog Sound Off notes, the quartet might not sound exactly the same as it did back in 1994:

The only catch... Original members/vocalists Linn and Jenny Berggren have left the group and have been replaced by two new much younger female singers, Clara and Julia.

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