The funky divas are back with their first album in over 14 years. En Vogue just dropped their new project, Electric Café, which is available for streaming at digital stores.

The 11-song collection features the trio -- founding members Terry Ellis and Cindy Herron-Braggs and newest addition Rhona Bennett -- dabbling in a variety of genres including EDM (the bouncy “Love the Way"), old-school funk (“Have a Seat”) and traditional R&B (the love anthem “Reach 4 Me”).

In their nearly 30-year career, En Vogue has earned comparisons to the Supremes and certainly paved the way for several '90s girl groups like SWV and Destiny's Child.

“When we first started our group and we were trying to figure out who we were, what our image was, how we wanted to dress, you know, we looked to groups like the Supremes and the Emotions and the Jones girls,” Cindy Herron-Braggs told People.

“I can’t believe how fast the time has flown," she added. "If you would have told me, ‘In 27 years you’re still going to be performing with En Vogue,’ I would have been like, ‘Shut up, no. Nobody lasts long.”

En Vogue is currently on tour in the U.K. The trio will embark on a U.S. tour in May and join Keith Sweat and SWV on a few outings in June. To check out En Vogue's tour itinerary, head over to Songkick.com.

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