Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 27 August 2014

THE SATURDAYS Chasing Lights (Polydor)

The Saturdays won’t give you deep thinking and invention — but what they don’t have in that department, they more than make up with sugar-coated pop anthem after anthem.







Debut album Chasing Lights takes all the good parts from girl bands such as Girls Aloud and throws them into a cauldron of catchiness.

The result is a gorgeously uplifting collection of songs that are unashamedly purist pop. Best are Keep Her and the title track.

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