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Una’s debut album – The Waiting Game

cover1200x1200We have more progress on the world of solo-Saturdays!

Una’s debut album – The Waiting Game – has a cover, it even has a tracklisting!

iTunes UK seems to keep throwing up an error for me saying it’s not available in the UK store, so this is and Ireland only thing for now?

You can attempt to download the album title song ‘The Waiting Game’ from iTunes now. Depending on your global location you might be able to get it (or not!)

 

The song is available on Apple Musicand it’s also on Spotify

 

 

 

The album tracklising below and is due to be released in 2017.

  1. Battlelines
  2. The Waiting Game
  3. Stay My Love (feat. Sam Palladio)
  4. All You Ever Need Is Love
  5. S.O.S.
  6. Please Don’t Tell Me
  7. Staring at the Moon
  8. Alarm Bells
  9. Craving You
  10. Out the Door
  11. Grow Up Not Old
  12. Angel Like You

Don’t call me a Spice Girl — I’m one of The Saturdays

Una Healy wants to scream. “The worst thing about being in a pop band are the paparazzi,” fumes The Saturdays singer. “I was on holidays and they were in the bloody bushes. I had no idea. I was out there having a normal holiday and the next thing I’m all over the papers.”We’ve caught Healy at an awkward moment. Some unflattering paparazzi shots of the Thurles brunette have just hit the web.

Snapped on her way home from a London club the 28-year-old looks as if she’s swallowed a jellied eel: her cheeks are puce and puffy, her eyes appear to be pointing in opposing directions.

Adding to the insult, a gossip website has managed to misspell ‘Una’.

“Some of the photographers are good,” she says, calming down a bit. “They’ll take pictures of you looking good in a nice dress. That’s fine. They’re in your face. You know they are there. It’s the other ones, the nasty ones who hide in bushes.”

In other words, it’s simply another day in the life of an up-and-coming pop star. With Girls Aloud away trying to work out if they still even want to be in a group together, Healy and her Saturdays band-mates have the music universe at their feet.

To capitalise on the sudden absence of any meaningful competition, they’ve rushed out a new mini LP, just six months after their last proper album.

‘We’re a pop band. People can call us manufactured in that we sing other people’s songs. Doesn’t everybody in the pop industry? It’s stating the obvious. I’ve written songs. I’ve won song contests. I don’t need to prove to the world — ‘look at me, I’m a brilliant writer’.”

With a string of top 10 hits under her belt and a Saturdays’ reality television show soon to hit screens, it’s been a long strange journey for Healy.

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