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Wear My Kiss

“Wear My Kiss” is a song by English girl group Sugababes, released as the third and final single from their seventh studio album, Sweet 7 (2010). It also serves as the final official single from the band before they disbanded in 2011. It was written by Fernando Garibay, Bruno Mars, Philip Lawrence, and The Jackie Boyz, and produced by Garibay. The song’s development began while the Sugababes travelled to the United States during April 2009, in which they collaborated with various high-profile producers. The song was re-recorded to feature the vocals of Jade Ewen following the departure of Keisha Buchanan in September 2009. “Wear My Kiss” is an uptempo pop song that references the items which compose a man’s outfit.

Many critics praised the song as radio-friendly and catchy, although some regarded it as uninspiring and average. The single reached the top ten on the charts in the UK, Ireland and Scotland, and also charted in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Its music video was directed by Martin Weisz in December 2009. The green screen effect was used to produce the video’s scenes, which include clones of the group’s members. Critics commended the video for its futuristic concept. The Sugababes performed “Wear My Kiss” at the Fight Cervical Cancer in Style fundraising event, on Eurovision – Your Country Needs You, and at Chester Rocks in 2011.

Ugly (Sugababes song)

“Ugly” is a song by British girl group Sugababes from their fourth studio album, Taller in More Ways (2005). Written and produced by Dallas Austin, inspiration for the song was conceptualised in the midst of reading negative comments about members of the band. The song released on 5 December 2005 in the United Kingdom as the second single from the album. “Ugly” is a midtempo pop song that contains lyrics about personality and body-image issues. It received comparisons to “Unpretty” by girl group TLC and “Beautiful” by Christina Aguilera. Ugly is the band’s final single released under the second line up of Sugababes, after original member Mutya Buena departed the group in December 2005.

“Ugly” garnered positive reviews from music critics, many of whom praised the emotional and empowering concept behind it. The song peaked at number three on the UK Singles Chart. It achieved international commercial success, where it reached the top five in Denmark and New Zealand, and the top-ten the Czech Republic, Finland, Hungary, Ireland, the Netherlands and Norway. The song’s accompanying music video is set in a warehouse in New York City, and features people of different ages and races showcasing their talents. The Sugababes have performed the song at the V Festival in both 2006 and 2008, and at the Indig02 in London, all of which received positive reviews from critics. “Ugly” has been used in schools within Wales to promote diversity and eliminate prejudice.

Too Lost in You

“Too Lost in You” is a song by English girl group Sugababes, from their third studio album Three (2003). It was written by American songwriter Diane Warren as an English rendition of the song “Quand j’ai peur de tout” by French singer Patricia Kaas (which had lyrics in French by Jean-Jacques Goldman). The song was produced by the Australian musician Rob Dougan in collaboration with Andy Bradfield, and recorded at the Realsongs studio in Hollywood. “Too Lost in You” is prominently featured in the soundtrack to the 2003 film Love Actually, and was chosen for the film specifically by its director Richard Curtis. It is a pop and R&B ballad composed of an orchestral music arrangement and dark harmonies.

“Too Lost in You” was released in the United Kingdom on 15 December 2003 as the album’s second single. It received favourable reviews from most critics, who commended the Sugababes’ performance and considered it one of the best pop singles of the 2000s. The song was commercially successful worldwide, and reached the top ten on the singles charts of the Netherlands, Norway, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. A music video for the single was directed by Andy Morahan and filmed at London Stansted Airport over a two-day period. It features each member of the Sugababes with a man from the airport. Since its release, “Too Lost in You” has become a staple of the group’s live performances, and was included in the set lists for their tours in support of Taller in More Ways (2005), Overloaded: The Singles Collection (2006) and Change (2007).

Soul Sound

“Soul Sound” is a song by British girl group Sugababes from their debut studio album One Touch (2000). It was written by Charlotte Gordon Cumming during a trip to Kenya, Africa, where she was inspired to compose it based on her experiences there. Produced by Ron Tom, “Soul Sound” is a pop song featuring guitar and bass instrumentation. It was released in the United Kingdom on 16 July 2001 as the album’s fourth and final single. Critics praised the song for the group’s demeanour although some regarded it as inferior in comparison to the album’s other tracks.

To promote the song, a music video was directed by Max & Dania; it features the Sugababes in an apartment where their souls are released by the music. The trio performed “Soul Sound” at Manchester Ampersand and at the London Notre Dame Hall. The song became the group’s lowest-charting single at the time, peaking at number thirty on the UK Singles Chart, and remains one of their lowest-selling singles to date. It was the final single that they released through London Records, and their last single to feature original member Siobhán Donaghy, who left the group in 2001.

Stronger (Sugababes song)

“Stronger” is a song by English girl group Sugababes from their second studio album Angels with Dirty Faces (2002). The Sugababes wrote the song in collaboration with Jony Rockstar, Marius de Vries and Felix Howard; it was inspired by group member Heidi Range’s experience of being separated from her family and friends. “Stronger” is a downtempo pop and R&B ballad with a self-empowerment theme. It is the third single from Angels with Dirty Faces, and was released as a double A-side with the album’s title track. The song received mixed reviews from critics, who were ambivalent towards its composition.

“Stronger” charted at number seven on the UK Singles Chart and reached the top ten on the singles charts in the Netherlands and Norway. It peaked in the top forty in Australia and New Zealand, and many European countries. Alison Murray directed the song’s music video, which was filmed at a swimming pool in London and portrays each group member as a different persona. The single was performed by the Sugababes at the Edinburgh 50,000 – The Final Push concert in July 2005, and was included in the set lists for their tours in support of Three, Overloaded: The Singles Collection and Change. Lee Mead covered the ballad for his self-titled studio album.

Shape (song)

“Shape” is a song by English girl group Sugababes, released as the fourth and final single from their second studio album, Angels with Dirty Faces (2002). It was composed by Sting, Dominic Miller, and Craig Dodds, who produced the song. The midtempo pop and R&B ballad incorporates a sample of Sting’s 1993 recording “Shape of My Heart”, whose vocals are featured in the chorus. It received mixed reviews from critics, who were ambivalent towards the sample of “Shape of My Heart”.

The single attained moderate success and reached the top twenty on the charts in Ireland, the Netherlands, Norway and the United Kingdom. The song’s music video was directed by Michael Gracey and Pete Commins, and filmed in Sydney, Australia. The video was censored and later re-shot due to its depiction of nudity. It features the Sugababes at a masquerade ball in a mansion. The Sugababes performed “Shape” on GMTV, at the V Festival, and on tour in support of their albums.

Run for Cover (Sugababes song)

“Run for Cover” is a song performed by English girl group Sugababes. The ‘Babes, Jony Lipsey, Cameron McVey and Paul Simm all co-wrote the song for the band’s debut album One Touch (2000). It was released as the album’s third single during the second quarter of 2001 (see 2001 in music) and reached the top 20 in Germany and on the UK Singles Chart.

The song was produced by Lipsey, McVey and Simm. It received strong reviews from music critics. The track is one of the group’s darkest and most haunting singles to date. The lyrics describe escaping from the reality and harshness of the world, possibly an abusive relationship (you never seem to wonder/how much you make me suffer). It was released as the third single from the group’s debut album One Touch in the spring of 2001 and sold 64,242 copies. Siobhán Donaghy did not have any solo vocals in this track, although producers have cited her as writing the majority of the lyrics to the song. In 2007, Czech singer Tereza Kerndlová covered the song as “Zhasis” for her album Orchidej.

Round Round

“Round Round” is a song performed by British girl group Sugababes, released on 12 August 2002 through Island Records. It was written by group members Mutya Buena, Keisha Buchanan and Heidi Range, as well as Miranda Cooper, Niara Scarlett, Brian Higgins, Tim Powell, Nick Coler, Shawn Lee, and Lisa Cowling for the group’s second studio album Angels with Dirty Faces (2002). Produced by Kevin Bacon and Jonathan Quarmby, the song is based around an uncredited sample of “Tango Forte” by Dublex Inc. Following its release, “Round Round” peaked at number one on the UK Singles Chart, becoming the group’s second number-one single domestically. It was eventually certified Silver by the BPI. “Round Round” also managed to reach the top ten in Ireland, Austria, New Zealand and Italy among other countries. It is also an original soundtrack of the movie The Guru and was featured in the movie American Wedding. Alongside “Sound of the Underground” by Girls Aloud, this song has been credited in reshaping British pop music for the 2000s.[1]

Push the Button (Sugababes song)

“Push the Button” is a song by English girl group the Sugababes, released as the lead single from their fourth studio album Taller in More Ways (2005). Composed by Dallas Austin and the Sugababes, it was inspired by an infatuation that group member Keisha Buchanan developed with another artist. Musically, “Push the Button” is an electropop and R&B song with various computer effects.

The song received positive reviews from critics, who praised its conception and production. Some critics named it one of the best pop singles of the 2000s. “Push the Button” became one of the group’s most commercially successful releases. The single peaked at number one in Austria, Ireland, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom, and reached the top five across Europe and in Australia. It was nominated for Best British Single at the 2006 Brit Awards.

Matthew Rolston directed the song’s music video, which was filmed in Shepherd’s Bush, London. It features the Sugababes flirting with three men in a lift. The Sugababes performed the single at festivals and events such as Oxegen 2008 and the V Festival 2008. “Push the Button” appears on the soundtrack to It’s a Boy Girl Thing (2006).

Overload (Sugababes song)

“Overload” is the debut single by English girl group Sugababes. It was released on 11 September 2000 through London Records as the lead single from the group’s debut studio album, One Touch (2000). At the time, the group consisted of Siobhán Donaghy, Mutya Buena and Keisha Buchanan. It was co-produced and co-written by British songwriters and producers Paul Simm, Felix Howard, Jony Rockstar and Cameron McVey. The general theme of the song involves a teenage girl’s crush towards a boy and her finding the situation difficult to manage.

It received an overwhelmingly positive reception from music critics. The song features on the soundtrack to the 2001 film High Heels and Low Lifes, directed by Mel Smith, and the 2002 film 40 Days and 40 Nights, directed by Michael Lehmann. The song was nominated for “Best British Single” at the 2001 BRIT Awards and later inspired the title of the group’s greatest hits compilation Overloaded: The Singles Collection. Controversy also surrounded American recording artist Christina Aguilera’s song “Make Over” for “borrowing” the sound and concept of “Overload”. Later pressings of Stripped included credits for Buchanan, Buena, Donaghy, Jonathan Lipsey, Felix Howard, Cameron McVey and Paul Simm.

No Can Do

“No Can Do” is a song by English girl group Sugababes from their sixth studio album, Catfights and Spotlights (2008). It was written by Jason Pebworth and George Astasio of The Invisible Men, Jon Shave and VV Brown, and produced by The Invisible Men in collaboration with Si Hulbert. The song was released in the United Kingdom and Ireland on 19 December 2008 as the album’s second and final single. “No Can Do” is a pop song with influences of R&B and soul. It contains a sample of Sweet Charles Sherrell’s “Yes It’s You”, and contains influences of Motown music and songs performed by The Jackson 5.

The song received mixed reviews from critics, who were ambivalent towards its Motown influence. “No Can Do” peaked at number 23 on the UK Singles Chart and is one of the group’s lowest-charting singles in the UK. The single also charted on the Danish and Slovakian airplay charts. The music video for “No Can Do” was directed by Marco Puig, and was inspired by a piece of pop created by Allen Jones in the 1960s. It features the group using twenty half-naked men as objects such as cars, motorcycles and bridges. The Sugababes performed the song in November 2008 to promote the release of the New Xbox Experience, and at Ponty’s Big Weekend in July 2009.

My Love Is Pink

“My Love Is Pink” is a song by English girl group Sugababes from their fifth studio album, Change (2007). It was written by band members Keisha Buchanan and Heidi Range in collaboration with the songwriting and production team Xenomania, who produced the song. “My Love Is Pink” is an uptempo dance, electro and pop song, reminiscent of those performed by British girl group, Girls Aloud. The song was released on 10 December 2007 in the United Kingdom and Ireland as the second single from Change. It received mixed reviews from critics, who praised the composition and sound, but criticised its lyrical content. The song peaked at number five on the UK Commercial Pop Club chart and number 51 on the Slovakian Singles Chart. The Sugababes performed “My Love Is Pink” at the Oxegen 2008 festival.

New Year (song)

“New Year” is a song by British girl group the Sugababes, released as the second single from their debut studio album One Touch (2000). The song was written by group members Siobhán Donaghy, Mutya Buena and Keisha Buchanan in collaboration with Cameron McVey, Jony Lipsey, Felix Howard and Matt Rowe, and produced by McVey, Lipsey and Paul Simm. “New Year” is a pop and R&B ballad with influences of soul and alternative rock. It features acoustic instrumentation, and the lyrics describe the experience of breaking up on Christmas Day.

Critics praised the song for its seasonal nature and the group’s performance. Upon release, it charted at number twelve in the United Kingdom and number twenty-five in Ireland. To promote the song, a music video was directed by Alex Hamming and filmed in London, England. On 31 December 2012 the trio performed “New Year” at a New Year’s Eve party in London, under their new group name Mutya Keisha Siobhan.

In the Middle (Sugababes song)

“In the Middle” is a song by English girl group Sugababes, released on 22 March 2004 as the third single from their third studio album, Three (2003). The Sugababes were inspired to compose the song based upon the different situations experienced on a night out; they wrote it in collaboration with Miranda Cooper, Brian Higgins, Niara Scarlett, Shawn Lee, Lisa Cowling, Andre Tegler, Phil Fuldner and Michael Bellina. Higgins, Xenomania and Jeremy Wheatley produced the song. “In the Middle” is a dance-pop, R&B and funk-influenced record that contains a sample of German DJ Moguai’s song “U Know Y”.

The song received rave reviews from critics, who commended its production and appeal, and was nominated for Best British Single at the 2005 BRIT Awards. The single reached the top ten on the charts in Hungary, Netherlands and the United Kingdom. It also peaked within the top forty on the charts in Australia, Austria, Germany, Ireland and Switzerland. Matthew Rolston directed the song’s music video, which was filmed at Pinewood Studios, London. It features the green screen effect and magical settings for the video’s environments. The Sugababes performed the song on their tours in support of Three, Overloaded: The Singles Collection (2006) and Change (2007).

Hole in the Head

“Hole in the Head” is a song performed by British girl group Sugababes, released on October 13, 2003 as the lead single from their third studio album, Three. It was written by Brian Higgins, Miranda Cooper, Tim Powell, Nick Coler, Niara Scarlett, Keisha Buchanan, Mutya Buena, and Heidi Range, and co-produced by Higgins and Jeremy Wheatley. The song was met with acclaim from critics and was a commercial success, entering the top 10 in ten other countries. It became their second single to chart on the US charts, peaking at number 96 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 1 on the US dance chart. The first Sugababes single to chart in the US was “Round Round”, which reached number 7 on the US dance chart.

Get Sexy

“Get Sexy” is a song by English girl group Sugababes, taken from their seventh studio album, Sweet 7 (2010). It was written by Fred Fairbrass, Richard Fairbrass, Rob Manzoli, Philip Lawrence, Ari Levine, Bruno Mars and produced by the latter three under their stage name The Smeezingtons. The song was released on 30 August 2009 as the album’s lead single. Musically, “Get Sexy” is an uptempo electropop song with influences of dance and techno. The song features an interpolation of Right Said Fred’s “I’m Too Sexy”. It is the last single to feature founding member Keisha Buchanan.

“Get Sexy” received mixed reviews from contemporary music critics; some reviewers criticised its lack of originality, while others praised its production and lyrics. The song peaked at number two on the UK Singles Chart and number three on the Irish Singles Chart. It also charted on the singles charts in Australia, Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Germany, Slovakia, Sweden and Turkey. The song’s accompanying music video was directed by Emil Nava and features the group’s members in a house of mirrors, a bird cage and a room covered in graffiti.

The song was featured in the titles of the first series of Serbia’s Next Top Model.

Girls (Sugababes song)

“Girls” is a 2008 single by British girl group Sugababes. It was written by Anna McDonald and Nicole Jenkinson, and produced by Si Hulbert and Melvin Kuiters for the band’s sixth studio album Catfights and Spotlights (2008), featuring an interpolation of Ernie K-Doe’s record “Here Come the Girls,” as written by Allen Toussaint.[2]

“Girls” was released as the album’s lead single on 6 October 2008 in the United Kingdom,[3] and features remixes by Fred Falke, Dennis Christopher and Funkerman.[3] A moderate chart success around Europe in comparison with previous single, the song peaked in the top-three in Estonia, and the United Kingdom, and reached the top-twenty in Ireland and Turkey as well as the top-fifty in several countries including Slovakia, Ukraine and the Czech Republic.[4] “Girls” is used as the one of two theme songs of Dagens Mand, the Danish version of Taken Out.

Freedom (Sugababes song)

“Freedom” is a song by English girl group Sugababes. It was written by Jason Pebworth, Jon Shave, George Astasio, Kyle Abrahams, Peter Ighile, Mariah Young-Jones and Rowan Martin, and produced by The Invisible Men in collaboration with Parker & James. The song premiered in May 2011 during a music festival in Morocco, and was promoted with various snippets and teasers in addition to an advertisement for the Nokia N8. It is an electropop song with elements of dubstep. It is the final song the group released before their split in 2011.

“Freedom” was due for release as the lead single from their anticipated eighth studio album, although the song was cancelled as an official single and instead made a free digital download via Amazon. Despite the controversy surrounding its release, the song received positive reviews from critics, who complimented its sound and the use of dubstep. The music video, which was directed by Sean De Sparigo and filmed in July 2011, features the Sugababes in an underground club. The trio performed “Freedom” at the T4 on the Beach festivial on 10 July 2011.

Easy (Sugababes song)

“Easy” is a song by English girl group Sugababes, released as the lead single from their greatest hits album Overloaded: The Singles Collection (2006). Development of “Easy” began when the American rock band Orson discovered that the Sugababes were working on the album, in which they proposed ideas for new tracks. They subsequently wrote the song with the group, and produced it. Backed by bass synthesizers, it is an uptempo pop and electro song that features metaphorical lyrical content containing sexual euphemisms.

Critics praised the lyrics and bass synthesizer of “Easy”, although some regarded the song as forgettable in comparison to the group’s previous singles. The song peaked at number five on the Slovakian Singles Chart and number eight on the UK Singles Chart. It reached the top twenty on the charts in Denmark, Finland, Ireland and Norway. The song’s music video was directed by Tim Royes and filmed in a public toilet at a club in Romford. It features the Sugababes dressed in latex outfits, where they appear in separate toilet cubicles. The group performed “Easy” to promote the release of Overloaded: The Singles Collection.

Denial (Sugababes song)

“Denial” is a song by English girl group the Sugababes from their fifth studio album, Change (2007). Coinciding with the commencement of the group’s 2008 Change Tour, it was released on 10 March 2007 as the album’s fourth and final single. V V Brown wrote “Denial” for the band while she was on London Underground’s Victoria line, and attempted to “get into their mindsets” in the process.[1] The Sugababes and the song’s producers, Flex Turner and Elliot Malloy, co-wrote it. Composed of staccato verses, a harmonious chorus and a solo middle eight, “Denial” is a Europop and soft rock song that samples “Standing in the Way of Control” by The Gossip.

The song received mixed reviews from critics, who were ambivalent towards its composition, but became a commercial success throughout Europe, where it peaked at number one on the Czech Singles Chart, number four on the Austrian Singles Chart, and within the top twenty on the charts in Germany, Hungary, Ireland, and Switzerland. It reached number 15 on the UK Singles Chart. Harvey B-Brown directed the song’s music video, which was inspired by Vogue and contains fashion editorial characteristics. The Sugababes performed “Denial” on Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, at the 2008 Oxegen Festival, and during their Change Tour.

Change (Sugababes song)

“Change” is a song by English girl group Sugababes from their fifth studio album, Change (2007). It was written by the Sugababes, Niara Scarlett and its producers, the Danish production duo Deekay. The song was released as the album’s second international and third overall single on 17 December 2007 with an accompanying B-side titled “I Can’t Take It No More”. “Change” is a midtempo pop ballad composed of anthemic harmonies, guitars, keys and sweeping effects.

The song received mixed reviews from critics, who were divided on the song’s composition and balladry. It was considered a contender for the UK Singles Chart Christmas number one but only managed to peak at number 13. The single reached the top forty on the charts in Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands and Romania. Fatima Robinson directed the song’s music video, which depicts the Sugababes as the four seasons of the year. The band performed the single during an acoustic gig as part of Radio Clyde’s Up Close series, and on The Paul O’Grady Show. “Change” was included in the set list for the group’s 2008 tour of the same name.

Caught in a Moment

“Caught in a Moment” is a song by English girl group Sugababes from their third studio album Three (2003). It was released in the United Kingdom on 23 August 2004 as the album’s fourth and final single. The song was written by the group’s members in collaboration with Karen Poole, Marius De Vries and its producer Jony Rockstar. “Caught in a Moment” is a downtempo soul and R&B ballad backed by an orchestal musical arrangement, and contains emotive lyrics that explore concepts of melancholy and hopefulness. The track received mixed reviews from critics who were ambivalent towards its balladry.

Following its release, the song became the group’s fourth consecutive top-ten hit on the UK Singles Chart, while internationally it peaked within the top forty on the singles charts of Ireland, Hungary and the Netherlands. The music video, which is black-and-white, was directed by Howard Greenhalgh and features the Sugababes’ silhouettes behind a large screen. To promote “Caught in a Moment”, the trio performed it at the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta and as part of the set lists for their tours in support of Taller in More Ways (2005), Overloaded: The Singles Collection (2006) and Change (2007).

Angels with Dirty Faces (Sugababes song)

“Angels with Dirty Faces” is a song by English girl group Sugababes from their second studio album of the same name. It was written by the Sugababes in collaboration with the Xenomania members Brian Higgins, Bob Bradley, Tim Powell and Matthew Del Gray. Higgins, Bradley, Powell and Gifford Noel produced the song. An uptempo pop and R&B record with dance influences, it was released on 11 November 2002 as a double A-side with “Stronger”, as the album’s third single. The song received generally favourable reviews from critics, who praised its composition and highlighted it as one of the album’s better tracks.

Upon release as a double A-side, the song peaked at number seven on the UK Singles Chart and inside the top forty on the Australian and New Zealand charts. “Angels with Dirty Faces” was heavily promoted through Cartoon Network’s animated television series The Powerpuff Girls. Merchandise was created to promote the release of the series’ 2002 film of the same name, while Cartoon Network Studios produced the song’s music video, a reworking of the episode “Nano of the North” from the series’ fourth season. The Sugababes performed the song at London’s Scala Theatre, and Liverpool’s Royal Court Theatre and King’s Dock.

About You Now

“About You Now” is a song by British girl group Sugababes from their fifth studio album, Change (2007). Written and produced by Dr. Luke along with Cathy Dennis and Steven Wolf, it was released on 24 September 2007 by Island Records as the lead single from the album, the first to feature Amelle Berrabah on all tracks. An uptempo pop track that combines heavy elements of pop rock, and dance-pop, it infuses light electronic sounds. Lyrically, “About You Now” finds the protagonist thinking deeply over her relationship with her love interest from whom she parted.

The song was generally well received by music critics, who complimented its genre mixing production as well as its aurally remarkable US pop influence. Some of them also described the song as a “pop-electro-rock masterpiece” and called it the best Sugababes single in years. Upon its release, “About You Now” became the group’s sixth UK number one hit and highest-charting single since 2005’s “Push the Button.” It remained atop the UK Singles Chart for four weeks. It also reached the top of the charts in Hungary, as well as the top ten in Austria, Belgium, Germany, Ireland, Norway, and Spain. The Sugababes’ highest-selling single to date, it has sold 540,500 copies as of October 2015.[1]

“About You Now” was nominated for a 2008 BRIT Award for Best British Single. In the 2009 edition of Guinness World Records, “About You Now” was listed as the “first track by a British pop act to top the singles chart solely on downloads”. The song was also named as the “biggest chart mover to the number one position in the UK”.[2] In December 2009, it was revealed by BBC that “About You Now” was the UK’s fifth most-played song of the decade (2000–09).[3] An acoustic version of the song appears as a bonus track on the group’s sixth studio album Catfights and Spotlights (2008).

About a Girl (Sugababes song)

“About a Girl” is a song by English girl group Sugababes from their seventh studio album, Sweet 7 (2010). RedOne produced the song and wrote it in collaboration with Makeba Riddick. It is an uptempo Europop and house song with a dance-inspired middle eight. The song was released on 8 November 2009 in the United Kingdom and Ireland, as the album’s second single. “About a Girl” is the first single to feature vocals by band member Jade Ewen, following the departure of Keisha Buchanan in September 2009.

Critical response to the song was mixed. Some critics praised it as a standout track from Sweet 7, although other criticised it as unoriginal and generic. The song peaked at number eight on the UK Singles Chart, number four on the Scottish Singles Chart, and inside the top twenty on the Irish Singles Chart. It additionally charted in Poland and Slovakia. The music video for the song was filmed in September 2009 amid the group’s controversial line-up change. It was directed by Martin Weisz and filmed at Vasquez Rocks, near Los Angeles. The video has a Kill Bill theme, and features stunt doubles fighting businessmen in a caravan. The Sugababes performed the song on GMTV, at Children in Need, and at the UK Asian Music Awards.

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