The girl group have confirmed that the as-yet-untitled LP will be available next year and will contain their own lyrics which they have "worked hard on".
Guest editing the Daily Star's Playlist, the Sugababes explained: "If you listen to the up-tempo ones, the words actually make sense - we don't just have throwaway lines.
"It feels like our personalities are actually part of this album. Some of the content is true, some of it's about our friends and families and some of it is fantasy - because in music you can be whoever you want to be."
Sugababes band members Heidi Range, Amelle Bebarrah and Jade Ewen insisted that they are proud of their previous album Sweet 7, despite the controversy of a lineup change that engulfed its promotion.
"We're still proud of 7, our last album, but it was overshadowed by dramas that were going on at the time, like the lineup change," they said.
"All its singles went Top 10, as did the album, so it was still a success, really."
Ewen was forced to deny claims that she had left the band following rumours circulating social networking sites last week.
Sugababes' new single 'Freedom' is available to download free from Amazon now.
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Watch the music video for 'Freedom' by the Sugababes below: