By Marc Snetiker
October 22, 2014 at 01:18 PM EDT

The club is BACK.

In music news that will delight millennials both across the pond and stateside, the late ’90s-early ’00s British band S Club 7—which has not performed as a group in over 10 years—is reuniting for a benefit performance. They’ll get together again for BBC Children in Need on the organization’s November 14 Appeal Night, according to the BBC and several band members on Twitter.

Two of the group’s past tracks were specifically designated the official singles for the charity: 2000’s “Never Had a Dream Come True” (their #2 best song, according to EW) and 2001’s “Have You Ever.”

The band split in 2003; afterwards, its members meandered around various projects and solo endeavors. The November performance—a medley of their greatest hits—will mark the first time Tina Barrett, Paul Cattermole, Jon Lee, Bradley McIntosh, Jo O’Meara, Rachel Stevens, and Hannah Spearritt have performed together as S Club 7 since the split.

Clearly, we’re not the only ones who are excited:

So excited that @SClub7 will be performing for BBC CHILDREN IN NEED 2014!. #BeAHero #aintnopartylikeanSClubparty x

— Jon lee (@JonLee321) October 22, 2014

Are you ready ???? #SClub7 #BBCCiN pic.twitter.com/rmLNLdbzG6

— jo o meara official (@joomeara) October 22, 2014

S CLUB 7 BRING IT ALL BACK FOR BBC CHILDREN IN NEED! @BBCCiN @SClub7 http://t.co/i0hY3r3E6k

— Rachel Stevens (@MsRachelStevens) October 22, 2014

Look who I found! It’s official we’re back! #ChildrenInNeed #BeAHero #Sclub7 #BringItAllBack http://t.co/JC8KmHIA0A

— Bradley Mcintosh (@BradleyMcIntosh) October 22, 2014

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