British girl group The Saturdays have been trying their hardest since ‘If This Is Love’ back in 2008 to nab themselves a No.1 single in their homeland, sadly without success. True, they’ve got close on a number of occasions with six of their singles reaching the top five, but none has quite ticked over into the top spot.
No doubt the girls will be hoping their fortunes are reversed with the upcoming release of their new single ’30 Days’, which the girls premiered in the UK today.
It takes them back to more of a dance/pop vibe after the failure of last year’s album ‘On Your Radar’ to crack the top 20.
But as always, there’s going to be one little thing standing in the way of them reaching their goal. And it all boils down to the blatant stupidity of their record company. Even though we live in a digital age, their label Fascination/Polydor still thinks it’s absolutely fine to make their fans wait for 44 days to legally buy the bloody thing! By which stage, of course, most people will have either tired of it or illegally acquired it. Idiots.