All Saints is pop band that was formed in London in 1992. Initially founded as a three piece group called All Saints 188.8.131.52, the band struggled to find success with ZZT Records. After being dropped from the label, the group shortened its name and reorganized its lineup to founding members Melanie Blatt and Shaznay and new-comers Nicole and Natalie Appleton. Despite its early roadblocks, All Saints went on to become a pillar of girl groups in the 1990s and something of an antithesis to the Spice Girl's commercial image with its edgier take on pop music. The group released its eponymous debut album with London Records in 1997 and captured the hearts of acutely rebellious teens across the world. Despite its commercial acclaim, All Saints disbanded in 2001. After a short-lived reunion in 2006, the band officially reunited in 2013, just in time for the wave of late 1990s and early 2000s nostalgia. All Saints dropped its fourth studio record, Red Flag, in 2016.