Discover New Music is a music discovery service that gives you personalised recommendations based on the music you play.

Start your profile Close window

The Saturdays


Everyone’s tags

More tags


United Kingdom (2007 – present)

The Saturdays are a group formed in the United Kingdom in 2007, comprising Una Healy, Mollie King, Frankie Sandford, Vanessa White and Rochelle Wiseman. Songfacts reports that they decided on calling themselves ‘The Saturdays’ as it sounded fun and different to the other girl bands. They didn’t want the name to reference their gender, like Girls Aloud, The Spice Girls or Sugababes.

The Saturdays made their recording debut in 2007 under the record label Fascination Records, a sub-division of Polydor Records. Their debut album, Chasing Lights, produced five UK Top 25 singles. The band embarked on their first headlining UK tour, called ‘The Work Tour’, in June 2009.

Their first single, titled If This Is Love was released on 28th July 2008 and entered the UK chart at #8 where it peaked. It reached #33 on the Eurochart Hot 100 singles. The single’s sold around 90,000 copies to date. The second single, Up, was released on 13 October 2008. It debuted on the UK singles chart at #5, where it peaked, #11 on the Irish singles chart and #15 on the Eurochart Hot 100 singles. The single was certified as Silver and sold over 285,000 copies to date. The third single was released on January 4th 2009 and was called Issues. The chorus’ lyrics had to be changed as the word “slap” sounded too close to the word “stab”, and the band didn’t want to condone violence.


Top Albums


Add event

Listening Trend

471,809listeners all time
11,109,543scrobbles all time
Recent listeners trend:

Start scrobbling and track your listening history users scrobble the music they play in iTunes, Spotify, Rdio and over 200 other music players.

Create a profile


Leave a comment. Log in to or sign up.
  • hillduff

    Not Giving Up ♥

    18 Aug 5:07pm Reply
  • jealouis

    You Don't Have the Right. <3

    17 Aug 5:25am Reply
  • fluxed

    I am selling two tickets in Block 3 Row G for Cardiff (18 Sep). Message if interested.

    16 Aug 3:27pm Reply
  • Mauricio180

    Una ♥

    15 Aug 11:16pm Reply
  • AnnaMcGarry

    Yes, obviously I know what 'taking a break' means. But they haven't said anything about taking a break, they said they already have plans for another album. I would rather believe something the girls said themselves in a interview than something 'a source' told an unreliable newspaper.

    15 Aug 7:45pm Reply
  • martina2504

    You're aware of the fact that "taking a break" means splitting up, since times for a girl band are really rough now and chances of an succesfull comeback, especially after like three years of a break, are practically non existent, don't you? If they reunite sometimes, they are most likely splitting up for good after one album or so.

    15 Aug 12:56pm Reply
  • martina2504

    AnnaMacGarry: There you go. "The Saturdays will 'take a break' following their Greatest Hits tour next month, with the other members - Rochelle Humes, Mollie King, Una Foden and Vanessa White - keen to work on their own projects after seven years together as a group. (...) “They’ve been working pretty much non-stop for six years and want some time off to focus on all their various solo interests.” But all you Saturdays fans can rest easy as the ladies have already lined up a Christmas album due for release this year."

    15 Aug 12:53pm Reply
  • AnnaMcGarry

    They are going to split up :(...... Well, in fact "take a break", but we all know what that means.... [2] What on earth are you talking about? They have said several times that they're NOT splitting up, and two days ago, when they were on This Morning they said there was another album in the works already. Realistically, they'll only release one or two more albums before they break up (so it could be as soon as a year and a half) but it's not happening yet.

    14 Aug 8:22pm Reply
  • xxstaticprocess

    Today I've had the unfortunate experience to read a comment on a social media site on how 'they will leave the music industry with no impact'. In an era when it's hard to stay true to yourself, be appealing to the masses and stand out, they balanced all these in a very tasteful way. Even though in 10 years people won't look back at them the way we'll look back at Girls Aloud, they'll have a fantastic pop catalogue behind them that no other girlband had, they carried the original british-pop torch that slowly faded out in the 2010s and pop music fans will somehow know what I mean. It makes me so sad to read bad comments about them, but I personally don't care, they are the best thing that ever happened to me and I will not accept to be told otherwise. #TeamSatsForever ♥

    14 Aug 10:37am Reply
  • martina2504

    And yet we won't get anything else anymore except for a stupid christmas album :(.

    14 Aug 7:55am Reply
  • JakeiiJiGSAW

    The greatest hits album really does just make you realise how amazing The Saturdays' discography is! So many amazing singles over the years, and so many potential hits included in the B-sides!

    14 Aug 6:22am Reply
  • martina2504

    They are going to split up :(...... Well, in fact "take a break", but we all know what that means....

    13 Aug 7:08pm Reply
  • Lightning2104

    The fact that they put all the b-side on the deluxe <3

    13 Aug 10:51am Reply
  • lucasurubatas


    11 Aug 7:26pm Reply
  • lucasurubatas


    11 Aug 7:26pm Reply
  • CalvinEngland

    30 Days has to be one of their most underrated singles! It's not their best but it's definitely not their worst!!

    11 Aug 9:16am Reply
  • Ocomumdedois

    2.000 s2 | all the b-sides are like little wonders ♥ [2]

    10 Aug 5:46pm Reply
  • magenta27

    "Finest Selection: The Greatest Hits" album review:

    10 Aug 2:48pm Reply
  • Rusov92

    Finest Selection: The Greatest Hits ♥ [3]

    10 Aug 9:48am Reply
  • AndersonAlvesLP

    Finest Selection: The Greatest Hits ♥ [2]

    10 Aug 2:35am Reply
  • All 8271 shouts

Listening Now

Top Listeners