The New Seekers re-formed in April 1976 with a new line-up. Danny Finn replaced Peter Oliver and Kathy Ann Rae took over from Lyn Paul. Although this line-up scored three Top 50 hits in the UK, the "new" New Seekers never matched the success of the previous line-ups with Lyn Paul, Peter Doyle and Peter Oliver. The group's comeback single It's So Nice (To Have You Home) made it to number 44 in the UK singles chart. The follow-up I Wanna Go Back got to number 25.
The group performed a reunion concert at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane on 16th May 1976. The show encorporated some new material with the old favourites: the group's first single for CBS, It's So Nice (To Have You Home) and it's B-side Hey Look High; a cover version of the Bellamy Brothers' Let Your Love Flow, a ballad titled Love Of My Life, written by Marty Kristian and featuring Danny Finn on lead vocal: and Marty, Paul and Danny's barber shop routine.
During the rest of the year the New Seekers played at cabaret venues across the UK, ending with a week at the Lakeside Country Club, Camberley (26th December - 1st January). In the Autumn the group also supported Andy Williams for a week at the London Palladium. The group's television bookings included appearances on pop programmes such as Top Of The Pops (BBC1, 24th June) and Supersonic (LWT, 29th November) and variety shows such as The Wheeltappers & Shunters' Summer Night Out (Granada, 30th June) and Wednesday at Eight (Thames Television, 17th November).
In the Spring of 1977 the New Seekers undertook a UK concert tour: 8th April, Southport Theatre, Southport; 9th April, Magnum Leisure Centre, Irvine, Ayrshire; 10th April, Capitol Theatre, Aberdeen; 11th-12th April, Eden Court Theatre, Inverness; 13th April, Queens Hall, Dunoon; 14th April, Theatre Royal, St. Helens; 16th April, Civic Hall, St. Albans; 17th April, Tameside Theatre, Ashton; 19th April, Colston Hall, Bristol; 20th April, Winter Gardens, Bournemouth; 21st April, Classic Theatre, St. Austell; 22nd April, Wyvern Theatre, Swindon;. 23rd April, Corn Exchange, Ipswich; 24th April, New Theatre, Oxford; 26th April, Guild Hall, Portsmouth; 27th April, Congress Theatre, Eastbourne; 28th April, Winter Gardens, Margate; 29th April, St. Georges Hall, Bradford; 30th April, Town Hall, Birmingham; 1st May, Victoria Palace, London.
In May 1977 the group released the single Give Me Love Your Way. The song, previously recorded by Cliff Richard on his album Every Face Tells A Story, was written by Alan Tarney and Trevor Spencer. Cliff's version was produced by Bruce Welch, the New Seekers' was produced by Tarney and Spencer themselves.
After a trip to the United States in June (where they performed some shows in Reno) the New Seekers returned to the UK cabaret circuit in the Autumn. In November they headed for Hong Kong, where they played a concert at the National Stadium. This was followed by a week in Bangkok for six concerts (plus two extra shows "by public demand") and an hour long TV Special. The group completed their tour of the Far East with visits to Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta, Medan, Singapore and Tokyo. They then went back the United States for a two week engagement at Lake Tahoe (with Sammy Davis Junior and Bill Cosby) and an appearance on a TV show hosted by Dinah Shaw.
In March 1978 the New Seekers toured the UK with Shirley Bassey: 15th-17th March, Brighton Conference Centre; 20th-22nd March, Royal Albert Hall, London; 25th-27th March, Guildhall, Preston; 29th-31st March, Odeon, Birmingham; 3rd-4th April, Free Trade Hall, Manchester; 6th April, Kelvin Hall, Glasgow. The group then continued on a UK tour of their own.
In August the New Seekers had their last Top 30 hit, Anthem (One Day In Every Week). Despite this success, Eve Graham and Danny Finn quit the group the following month to get married and sing together as a duo.