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AWESOME!

this song really is great, and is a fantastic way to introduce their new album 'Wordshaker'. its a much more mature song, but still has the same Saturdays style running through it (Y) and vanessas voice just gets better and better!
GET THIS SONG TO NUMBER1!!!

Love it!

I love The Saturdays and this is such a great single! It's catchy! Can't wait for their album! You girls rock!

Stayed up for this

Didn't actualy know about this new single until ... well now the day before its release. But as soon as i heard it from watching the music vid i was hooked. And i waited up just so i could get it asap. :) :) :) Love the sats!!! xx

Biography

Formed: 2007 in England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The first major girl band to be launched in the U.K. after a multi-year drought, five-piece pop group the Saturdays boasted a photogenic appearance and electro-pop sound, leading to their labeling by some critics as the new Girls Aloud. Formed in 2007 through auditions that were held by a management company hoping to revive the flagging pop market, all five members had previous performing experience. Una Healy started singing in a rock band and later recorded her own solo album, which she showcased...
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Forever Is Over - Single, The Saturdays
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  • £0.79
  • Genres: Pop, Music
  • Released: 01 January 2009

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