The Saturdays are getting bigger and bigger with each release, as evident by the first week sales of their last track All Fired Up which managed to shift about 70, 000 copies, landing at #3 on the UK Singles Chart behind Pixie Lott's 88K-selling #1 All About Tonight and Hot 100 #1 Maroon 5's Moves Like Jagger. Clearly, their label are trying to place the girls in the competitive chart release weeks so when they finally get a #1, it will actually mean something unlike some of JLS' mindless tunes that nab top spot easily.
The girls have announced the album title for their fourth album, which takes a line from All Fired Up, and is officially called On Your Radar. Personally, it's a bit of a meh title, it doesn't hit hard like Chasing Lights, Wordshaker or Headlines!. Personally, if they were going to take the title from a lyric, then in my opinion, Against The Speakers would be slightly better. But no worries.
The Sats have also unveiled the album's tracklisting which you can take a look below:
1. All Fired Up (Xenomania and Space Cowboy)
2. Notorious (Ina Wroldsen and Steve Mac)
3. Faster (Ina Wroldsen and Steve Mac)
4. My Heart Takes Over (Ina Wroldsen and Steve Mac)
5. White Lies (Ina Wroldsen, Carl Falk and Rami Yacoub)
6. For Myself (TBA)
7. The Way You Watch Me - Tanya Lacey and Lucas Secon
8. Do What You Want With Me - (Jaz Rogers and Bryn Christopher)
9. Promise Me - (The Saturdays, Steve Daly, Jon Keep and Ali Tennant)
10. Wish I Didn't Know (The Saturdays, Steve Daly, Jon Keep and Ali Tennant)
11. Get Ready, Get Set (TBA)
12. Last Call (Una, Lucie Silvas and Chris Holmes)
13. I Say Ok (The Saturdays, David Eriksen and Nina Woodford)
A lot of "me, myself, and I" going on here. Eh?
Nevertheless, the girls will be releasing the album on November 21st, a week after third single My Heart Takes Over gets released, where the album will face competition from JLS and Pixie Lott the week before, then One Direction and Westlife on the release week itself. Hopefully The Saturdays know what they're doing because that massive competition could spell danger for the album's chart run.
The album cover should be unveiled any time soon, but meanwhile, check out the girls blasting Forever Is Over for Ireland's Arthur's Day.