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|Label||Underdog Management Limited|
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Threads is the debut solo extended play (EP) by British recording artist and former Girls Aloud singer, Sarah Harding. It was released on 7 August 2015 by Underdog Management Limited.
In 2009, after Girls Aloud began an initial year-long hiatus, Harding began working on solo material and started acting.
Harding took a break from recording her solo material in 2012 to return to Girls Aloud for their Ten greatest-hits album and tour. Their split was announced in March 2013.
In 2014, Harding performed a showcase in Islington, London, featuring new song "L.O.V.E" among hits by her former group. She later competed in BBC1 TV gymnastics series Tumble , reaching the top three.
To promote the single and EP, Harding embarked on a radio tour and also appeared on television programmes such as ITV's Lorraine and This Morning .
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