Open Up The Girls Aloud Advent Calendar
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Following the chart topping success of their Greatest Hits album, Girls Aloud are back with their own unique take on the 80’s classic ‘I Think We’re Alone Now’ which is released on December 18th through Fascination/Polydor Records.
Press Release for the single
Having already achieved a career first this autumn with their very first UK number 1 album, adding to their already astonishing record making run of 13 top ten singles. Girls Aloud have now had more consecutive top ten singles than any other girl band beating the likes of Spice Girls and Destiny’s Child.
On hearing Girls Aloud’s version of the song she took to No 1 around the world Tiffany said "I'm really excited about the Girls Aloud version of 'I Think We're Alone Now.' I've heard it and love it! The production is amazing and the girls sound as awesome as always. I became a huge fan of theirs after I sang their song, 'Love Machine', on the TV show, 'Hit Me Baby."
‘I Think We’re Alone Now’ is the official theme tune to the forthcoming Nick Hurran directed film ‘It’s A Boy Girl Thing’. The high-jinx romantic comedy which stars Kevin Zegers, Samaire Armstrong and Sharon Osbourne and is written by Kinky Boots writer Geoff Deane. The film opens across the UK in December.
The video for ‘I Think We’re Alone Now’ sees Girls Aloud teaming up with mobile media company, 3 to showcase three different endings. Music fans on 3 will be asked to decide which version of the video will most appeal to the rest of the nation.
2007 is set to get even bigger and better for Girls Aloud. The girls will be back in the studio next year to begin work on their fifth album and they will also be hitting the road for The Sound Of Girls Aloud tour which will be coming to an Arena near you in May next year.