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The Saturdays similar third album
The Saturdays won't be stepping away from what their fans like with their new album.
Una Healy explained fans of the 'Issues' hitmakers can expect to hear "some little surprises" on the eight-track mini LP, but the five-piece girl group will be sticking to what they know they're good at.
She told Digital Spy: "There's some little surprises in there. Some really, really great tracks. It's very Saturdays. We're not steering away from what the fans like.
"We like to stick to what we're good at."
Una's bandmate Rochelle Wiseman - who is currently dating Marvin Humes from British boy band JLS - said the songs featuring on the new 'Headlines' album are tracks they couldn't wait to get out.
She explained: "We'd finished the last album and we'd come across some songs that we were really excited about. The songs that we had found were so current, and we'd written a couple of songs ourselves, so we wanted to just get everything out now."
Speaking at yesterday's (04.07.10) T4 On The Beach music event, Rochelle admitted the girls hadn't performed their new single 'Missing You' as well as they usually would because they were missing bandmate Mollie King, who is on crutches after suffering from an inflamed insect bite.
She said: "It wasn't as great as it would usually be because obviously we were missing Mollie and we're a member down today, but it went really well.
"She's not off the crutches yet but hopefully she will be soon. She's determined."Posted on 5 Jul 2010 16:30 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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