The Beatles were one of the most successful groups in history, so it’s no surprise that modern bands to their best to follow in their footsteps.
And now it’s The Saturdays turn, as the girl band decided to recreate The Beatles’ Abbey Road album cover in the video for their new single Higher.
The girls – Frankie Sandford, Mollie King, Una Healy, Rochelle Wiseman and Vanessa White – are seen walking across a zebra crossing in New York, just as the Beatles did in London for their now infamous shot.
While The Saturdays appear to be in New York in the Higher video, they actually flew to Los Angeles to shoot the footage on a film set at Fox Studios.
The girls were seen on the set of the video in the last episode of their ITV2 show The Saturdays: 24/7, and admitted they were loving the novelty of shooting the video in America.
Mollie said: ‘We’re having so much fun in New York. Though actually it’s Los Angeles. We’re at Fox Studios which is so cool because Britney Spears has been here – that’s all that matters! And now we are!
‘There’s a yellow taxi and a school bus, it’s like New York so I feel like Carrie Bradshaw in Sex And The City.’
Higher, the ninth single from The Saturdays, also features Flo Rida, the rapper who has twice beaten the girls to the coveted number one position.
Now the group are hoping that a collaboration with the singer will help them reach the top of the charts.
On their official Twitter page, The Saturdays wrote: ‘Thanks for the lovely #Higher comments, so glad you love it as much as we do! The version with @official_flo will be out soon, stay tuned…’
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Source: Daily Mail