Girl band The Saturdays are about to release a track for comic relief - watch their cover of Depeche Mode classic 'I Just Can't Get Enough'.
Don't you just love these girls? The Saturday’s cover of the legendary Depeche Mode song Just Can’t Get Enough. The single was released for UK high profile charity event Comin Relief. Just can’t get enough was originally a song by the Depeche Mode taken from their debut album Speak and Spell released in 1981. Just Can’t Get Enough is a riff driven synthpop song, and was the final single to be written by founding member of Depeche Mode Vince Clarke, who then left the bend in December 1981. Just Can’t Get Enough is the band's most known song along with Personal Jesus and Enjoy the Silence. The Saturdays first received fame and shot to popularity when they released their debut single “If This is Love“, which is was their top ten hit. The then released their first mainstream studio album which was called Chasing Lights. It was accredited platinum certification by the British Phonographic Industry, while “Up”, “Issues” and “Just Can’t Get Enough” all received silver certifications. The band then began a sell-out tour The Work Tour. While on tour The Saturdays began recording their second studio album, Wordshaker released in October 2009, which gained silver certification by BPI.In 2010, between their 2010 release Wordshaker and their planned 2011 album, the band released their first ep, called Headlines!, with the first single “Missing You” released and the second single being “Higher” which featured guest vocals from massive US rap star Flo Rida The Saturdays then released On Your Radar which is their third studio album and was released in November 2011, with top ten singles “Notorious” and “All Fired Up” released before the album. The Saturdays have released twelve singles.Not content with British fame, The Saturdays are now looking to crack the American music industry, and they are currently due to star in their own TV show on American channel E!, in 2012.