The singer and DJ's comeback single 'What You're Doin'' with Paul Morrell is released on April 23 and she will promote the track from April 27 until August 26 with shows from Russia to Ibiza.
The Ivor Novello winner told Digital Spy that singing and mixing during her resident DJ sets for the last two years has kept her "on top of her game".
Describing a perfect DJ set, she said: "It's when everybody is dancing. Just a sea of people dancing all over not looking at me.
"I don't particularly want them to look at me. I want them to be more involved in themselves and connecting with each other and just dancing, together.
"That's my ultimate moment and it's happened many times as well."
Sonique also said that she would like to tour the UK as she has not performed in England for a while.
"The last thing I did was Hyde Park, Party in the Park and all that," she explained.
"I do like to keep busy, it would be nice to do a tour, or to even be a supporting act. I'd like that as long as I'm getting out there and getting busy and people see me, it's fun."
Sonique's 'It Feels So Good' went to number one on its re-release in 2000 after reaching the top 30 in 1998, but the star revealed that the track had been written four years previously.
She said: "It was just sitting there collecting dust for a very long time. I can almost hardly remember writing it, it's that far back for me.
"It was a very honest track. What it was, which it has always constantly reminded me of, is honesty. It was true emotion. True things. Everything I wrote I felt I was actually going through that.
"It taught me whatever you write, make sure it is real and you're not trying to hard. Just say what you really feel."
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Watch the Sonique 'It Feels So Good' music video below: