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The Saturdays - Video for new single 'Up !'

Following on from the massive success of their debut single, ‘If This Is Love’, The Saturdays release their new single and debut album this October.

The storming new single ‘Up’ is released on October 13th through Fascination records. Once again The Saturdays deliver an addictive pop anthem with a chorus that explodes.

‘Up’ is taken from The Saturdays debut album ‘Chasing Lights’ released on October 20th. As well as the top ten single ‘If This Is Love’ the album includes a wide range of sounds and styles. From the electro-tinged ‘Keep Her’ to the epic ballad ‘Fall’ and the club jam ‘Work Work’, it’s an album packed with songs you can dance to, fall in love to and help you through the dreary autumn.

“We knew we wanted there to be a mix of sounds on our record as soon as we started recording,” says Vanessa. There are five of us in the group that are into different styles of music and we wanted that to be reflected on the album. There was no way we could do an album where every song sounded the same.”

The Saturday’s winning formula has already found fans in the press with Sunday Times Culture declaring them “fantastic, stroppy disco” while Popjustice hailed them as ‘very excellent’ and Perez Hilton blogged‘pure pop heaven… our latest obsession’

Una Healy, Rochelle Wiseman, Vanessa White, Mollie King and Frankie Sandford are the five girls that make up The Saturdays. They have spent the past year working on their debut album in London and Norway with producers who have been behind the likes of Rihanna and The Pussycat Dolls. Now with the album complete, they’re ready to bring some fun and glamour back to the charts.

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