The Saturdays are an English-Irish girl group based and formed in London, England. The group consists of Mollie King, Una Healy, Rochelle Humes, Vanessa White and Frankie Sandford. They were formed through Fascination Records, who gave them an instant record deal with the label as well as a sub-division of Polydor Records. As soon as the contract was finalised, the band went on tour with Girls Aloud during their Tangled Up Tour. The group’s music style is pop, however throughout their career they have experimented with contemporary R&B, dance-pop and electropop. In order to create this music, Ina Wroldsen, Steve Mac and Quiz & Larossi have been heavily involved.
On 27 July 2008, The Saturdays released their debut single “If This Is Love”, which resulted in the band achieving their first top ten hit. The band released their debut album, Chasing Lights in 2008 and charted at number-nine on the UK Albums Chart, It was accredited platinum certification by the BPI and the album also produced three more top ten singles”Up”, “Issues” and “Just Can’t Get Enough”. “Work” was also released from the album. The band’s first concert tour, The Work Tour took place in 2009.
Wordshaker was released as the group’s second album and proudced top 10 hits”Forever Is Over” and “Ego”. After the release of “Ego”, the band decided to release their first Mini album in 2010, Headlines! which also produced top 10 hits”Missing You” and “Higher” which featured guest vocals from Flo Rida. The Headlines Tour was the bands second concert tour. Third album On Your Radar was released in 2011, and it also seen the release of two top 10 singles”Notorious” and “All Fired Up”. The album also saw the release of “My Heart Takes Over”.
In December 2011, the band took to their first arena tour, All Fired Up! Live. “30 Days” was released as the first single from their fourth album and charted at number seven on the UK Singles Chart. “What About Us” was released as the follow-up single from the album and became The Saturdays’ first number-one single on the UK Singles Chart, selling 114,000 copies in the first week of release. Gentleman followed as the band’s next single. “Disco Love” will be released as the fourth single from their fourth studio album, whose title remained a secret until 4 September 2013, when it was revealed as Living for the Weekend.
The Saturdays have sold over 4 million singles in the UK and Ireland.
|1.||What About Us (feat. Sean Paul)||The Saturdays|
|2.||Disco Love||The Saturdays|
|4.||Leave a Light On||The Saturdays|
|5.||Not Giving Up||The Saturdays|
|6.||Lease My Love||The Saturdays|
|7.||30 Days||The Saturdays|
|8.||Anywhere With You||The Saturdays|
|9.||Problem With Love||The Saturdays|
|10.||You Dont Have the Right||The Saturdays|
|11.||Dont Let Me Dance Alone||The Saturdays|
|12.||Somebody Elses Life||The Saturdays|
|14.||What About Us (Extended Mix)||The Saturdays|
|15.||What About Us (feat. Sean Paul) [The Buzz Junkies Radio Edit]||The Saturdays|
|16.||Gentleman (The Alias Radio Edit)||The Saturdays|
|17.||Disco Love (Wideboys Radio Edit)||The Saturdays|
|18.||Not Giving Up (JRMX WeLovePop Radio Edit)||The Saturdays|