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The Saturdays' 'Wordshaker' Is Finally On Streaming

Here's the thing: in the late '00s, in the midst of the reign of Girls Aloud and Sugababes, The Saturdays, while overshadowed, quietly delivered the most consistent supply of top quality pop bops. Sure, their personalities as individuals weren't quite as memorable (sorry!) or headline-grabbing:…


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'Hair Down': Mollie King's Return Is One Na-Na-Noisy Pop Banger (Single Review)

Yesterday, I proclaimed that Mollie King was coming back to save pop. Here she is now, a day later, saving pop — or, at least, invoking nostalgia for a very specific time in British pop music approximately one decade ago. After kicking off her career with the chill electro-balladry of "Back To…


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Mollie King Is Coming Back to Save Pop Now, Too

In a more perfect world — a less embarrassing one (happy fifth anniversary, "Everything Is Embarrassing," by the way), the press would dedicate their endless headlines not to The Grand Return of The Oh-So-Problematic Taylor Swift, She Of Questionable Reputation, but rather the comeback of Girls…


The Saturdays' "What Are You Waiting For?": Generic And Brilliant All At Once

Nobody likes to wait. "Don't keep me waiting," The Holy Spearit once declared. "I can't keep on waiting for you," Madonna warned. "Wait 'til you see my dick," the Ying Yang Twins promised. (On second thought, that one might not apply.) The Sats aren't here for the waiting either, so they've gone…


"Bigger": The Saturdays Go Big On "Not Giving Up" B-Side

In case you forgot/weren't already aware, The Saturdays are about to release their massive Living For The Weekend tune, "Not Giving Up," on April 4. (It's still amazing, for the record.) But before the new single drops, the girls have just debuted the song's B-Side: "Bigger." Perhaps as an…


The Saturdays Release "Not Giving Up" Video, Restore Faith in UK Girl Group Pop

The Saturdays aren't giving up just yet — and thank God for that. There was definitely a minute there when things were looking a bit grim: After all, approximately more than half of the members were pregnant at one point (The Preggerdays, if you will), with nothing but radio silence regarding the…


"Not Giving Up": The Best New Song on The Saturdays' New Album, 'Living For The Weekend'

The Saturdays, singers of the ever-amazing "Disco Love" and oft-pregnant starlets of Chasing The Saturdays, have a new album out this month worldwide. It's called Living For The Weekend. There are good songs ("Wildfire"), great songs ("Don't Let Me Dance Alone") and one absolutely incredible song,…


The New Saturdays Single "Disco Love" Is As Amazing As The Title Suggests

Let's "spill the truth tea," as the #trendy kids say: The Saturdays' last single "Gentleman" was a hot mess. (The demo, originally recorded by Tinashe a year prior, is actually miles better — but that is a conversation for another day.) But like all good pop acts, feelings of yesterday can float…


The Saturdays Are Popping Out A New Single...And Another Baby

It's The Saturdays! Or, more accurately, The Preggerdays. The UK girl group has had plenty to celebrate in the first half of 2013 so far, including the premiere of their US E! special Chasing The Saturdays and their first-ever UK #1 with "What About Us." Now, they've got yet another bouncing…


The Saturdays Notch Their First UK #1 with "What About Us (feat. Sean Paul)"

Forever is truly over. It's almost poetic, really: Just under a week since the Almighty Aloud called it quits officially, the ladies in waiting--The Saturdays--have just snagged their first ever #1 in the UK.


U.S. Postal Service to Cut Mail Delivery to The Saturdays

The U.S. Postal Service has announced plans to cut mail delivery to The Saturdays today. The decision comes just after the premiere of the UK girl group's E! reality TV series, Chasing The Saturdays last month, which follows the girls as they attempt to break into America by arguing over clothes…


MuuMuse's Most Anticipated of 2013 (Part One!)

It's the most wonderful time of the year: A time when the promise of next year's music still shines bright like a diamond, free of the crippling reality of weak lead singles, terrible cover art and devastating chart positions. (Remember how excited we all were for The Spirit Indestructible this…