New Video: Girls Aloud – ‘Something New’

Published: Friday 19th Oct 2012 by Sam

Brit-Pop belles Girls Aloud are back with pulsating new single, aptly ‘Something New’.

The lead release from Cheryl Cole and co’s latest greatest hits collection, ‘Ten’ (due November 26th), the track saw its accompanying video debut moments ago.

Peep the Ray Kay directed clip below…

While simple and understated, the visual still scorches. It’s hot!

It goes without saying that the group never have and never will be the industry’s best performers. Indeed, in some their cases, they can be down right terrible. However, each of the ladies served up ample “fierce” here, visually capturing the gloriously over-the-top nature of the song. From the collective to the the individual glamour shots, each scene served up diva aplenty. Easily, easily, easily one of their best videos yet.

With Cheryl’s solo steam evaporating and the rest of the girls hype being non-existant (although Nadine, on merit of her talent, deserved much more) we can’t but feel that these Girls have another solid run in them. Hype and money talk, hence regardless of Cheryl’s recent claims that this will be GA’s curtain call, the fact their comeback is generating  75% more interest than any of her own projects, could see label execs disagree. Needless to say, it’ll be interesting to see how this plays out.

‘Something New’ hits iTunes on November 18th.

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  1. October 19, 2012

    so manufactured lame! but hey i guess its fun, but in a manufactured way

    • the realest October 19, 2012



  2. Please H** October 19, 2012

    Spice girls still dose it better

  3. stacey October 19, 2012

    I don’t understand why it is being released to iTunes so late

    • the realest October 19, 2012

      i know?! Releasing the single almost 1 month after we’ve all heard it? It should be on itunes now.

  4. krys October 19, 2012

    Partout ou seras Chéryl Cole! j’y serais!

  5. YOOSONDALOOSE October 19, 2012

    Glad to have them back!
    They looks great!!!!

  6. josh October 19, 2012

    talentless h*** and a talentless song and in addition one of them looks like a tranny

  7. J October 19, 2012

    too much Cheryl

    generic song.. they can do better.

  8. OhSoBleak October 19, 2012


  9. Belladonna October 19, 2012

    The Song is Good, They Look Food and the Video is Hot! So I give them a (B) Good job & wellcom back Girl Aloud!!!!

  10. Belladonna October 19, 2012

    The Song is Good, They Look Good and the Video is Hot! So I give them a (B) Good job & wellcom back Girl Aloud!!!!

  11. Belladonna October 19, 2012

    The Song is Good, They Look Good and the Video is Hot! So I give them a (B) Good job & wellcom back Girls!!!!!

  12. @091094_ Twitter October 19, 2012

    Never noticed girls aloud before, their songs just passed me nothing special, tesco value spice girls, but this songs is alright combined with the video its quite fierce

  13. krystal October 19, 2012

    the song is okay the video is whatever but i feel like they should have come harder its like they just wasted a great oppurtunity for a potentially massive comeback

  14. Peter Griffin October 19, 2012

    They all look like they just came in from a night out and need to wash, except Nicola. The song and the video, they could’ve done better.

  15. bibi93 October 19, 2012

    Hit !!

  16. skintightjeans October 19, 2012


  17. Sweetnothings78 October 20, 2012

    Love it they sound good, and to all the people being negative… U jealous ur not up there doing it?.
    Some people CH

  18. buttamilk October 20, 2012

    Not here 4the song but they look very good.

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