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26 Sep 2017
Catagories: Interview, Promotion, Video 21

Nadine is on a radio tour this week!

First up is an interview on Wave 105 FM.




24 Sep 2017
Catagories: Music 22



She calls her playlist on Spotify ‘Up In The Morning’ and you can listen to it here: smarturl.it/88ewhe


23 Sep 2017
Catagories: Music 20



Teaser Clip

From the director SOPHIA RAY:

“I wanted this video to hold a slight homage to those ’80s flicks like Working Girl, as well as those classic Diet Coke 80s ads.

“Nadine takes centre stage as Mega Diva Lady Boss, in an office filled with her intern babe squad. I wanted the video to work like two loops, with each loop becoming a little more surreal and hyped up as Nadine struts through it and the edit progresses, props and loose choreography changing and developing subtly throughout. The vibe of the video is embracing female power but with an editorial high fashion edge.

“I really enjoyed collaborating with Nadine when it came to shaping her performance for the video. The vibe needed to be that perfect mix of being fierce but also slightly tongue-in-cheek with a cartoon like playfulness to it – and she totally nailed it!”


> Behind The Scenes > BTS – Go To Work


23 Sep 2017
Catagories: Music 25

You can now download the official remixes for Go To Work

Go to Work (DJ Licious Remix)
Go to Work (Team Nouvelle’s Holdin’ On Remix)
Go to Work (Calvo Remix)

Click here: https://nadine.lnk.to/GTWRemixesTW to download and play from various sources.

The direct iTunes link is: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/go-to-work-remixes-single/id1280696233


20 Sep 2017
Catagories: Interview 22

Listen here (15minutes in): http://aca.st/344880

On the latest show, we’re joined by Nadine Coyle. The Pop Shop went on location to London recently to chat with Coyle, who just released her new single “Go to Work.” Of course, Coyle was also 1/5 of the successful U.K. girl group Girls Aloud, which racked up 21 top 10 singles on the Official U.K. Singles Chart between 2002 and 2012. We sat down with the singer/songwriter to discuss her stomping new single, further new music, the possibility of promoting the track in America and, of course, the legacy of Girls Aloud.

“Go to Work” is Coyle’s first solo single since 2011 and she’s only issued one studio album (2010’s independently released Insatiable). So why was now the right now to drop new music?

“Because the songs are here,” Coyle says. “It’s all about the music. I love to make everything as much about the music as possible. It just took this length of time to get enough songs… And, you know, we’ve got the amazing team with Virgin and with everybody involved.”

Earlier in 2017, Coyle signed a new recording deal with Virgin EMI Records in the U.K. The first fruit of that deal is the new single “Go to Work,” which was produced by Brian Higgins and his Xenomania team — the same folks behind nearly all of Girls Aloud’s songs. There is also possibly an album farther down the road. “I hope so,” Coyle says. “It’s very early days.”

“We’ve had the song for, probably since October of last year,” Coyle says, noting that the track was “a lot dancier” when she first heard it. However, she immediately fell in love with the tune. “It’s been on a journey.”

Amazingly, despite Girls Aloud’s great success in the U.K., the group was never officially exported to the U.S. during their heyday. America was effectively denied the act’s music for years and their catalog didn’t fully reach U.S. digital retailers until 2015. So of course, we had to ask Coyle if she has any plans on bringing “Go to Work” to America for some proper promotion.

“I would love that,” she says, suggesting that her label’s U.S. counterparts are, “for the first time,” asking for the “rights to things.” She jokes, “I just have to say, ‘Of course! Give them whatever they want!’”

With Girls Aloud about to celebrate its 15th anniversary — as the group formed in November of 2002 on the reality competition TV show Popstars: The Rivals — we asked Coyle about her time with the act and what she sees as the group’s legacy.

“The music. When you listen to even [their debut single, 2002’s] ‘Sound of the Underground’ today it still sounds good. Everything sounds good. I was on holidays recently and was just playing Girls Aloud, as you do. Going back, old albums… I was just playing Girls Aloud. We’re getting ready to go out — me and my sister and my friend — throw on a bit of Girls Aloud. … The music just still sounds so good. So I think that’s our legacy.”

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