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Nadine Coyle is the second member of Girls Aloud to go it alone, following on from Cheryl Cole.
Official Press Release:
Nadine Coyle releases her hotly anticipated debut solo single, "Insatiable" on November 1st 2010 and album of the same name on November 8th exclusively through Tesco on her own Black Pen Records imprint .
With the energy of a Lear-jet on a private runway, the massive singalong choruses of "Insatiable" erupt and lodge in the brain after one listen. "I'm a pop artist" says Nadine, "and that's what pop songs should do at their best. I just knew we had something special when we wrote that song." "Insatiable" was co-written by Nadine and golden era-Robbie Williams collaborator Guy Chambers.
The album ‘Insatiable’ is set to be one of the biggest musical events of the year, marking Nadine's first solo venture after seven years, five albums and millions of record and ticket sales as part of one of the most successful UK female acts of alltime, Girls Aloud.
The album has been put together by Nadine over the last two years and features 13 brand new tracks all written or co-written by her. Jam packed with stellar modern pop, "Insatiable" mixes it up with influences ranging from the 80‚Äôs to the noughties via Motown, sleek soul, blissed out ballads and a major injection of Tina Turneresque va-va-voooom to truly stop the show. "It had to be right" explains Nadine. "It had to be my sound and my songs. Insatiable feels like that".
"Insatiable" was recorded in London, Stockholm, Malibu and Los Angeles with an international roll-call of musical talent, all assembled by Nadine herself. As well as Guy Chambers, other production or writing collaborators include William Orbit (Madonna), Toby Gad (Beyonce) and Desmond Child (Aerosmith and Bon Jovi) and a host of cherry picked brand new talent. If being crammed full of killer modern pop songs were not enough, "Insatiable" is very much a singer's album, underlining that Nadine has one of the best voices around – incredible and diverse, she can go from breathy or sultry through to full-on powerhouse at the drop of a tune. The video for "Insatiable" being shot in LA is being directed by the legendary Wayne Isham who has previously worked with Britney, Muse, Janet Jackson and Metallica.
In order to make her dream album Nadine created her own label Black Pen Records so she could take complete creative control. After considering numerous offers from several major record companies worldwide, she made the innovative decision to sign a deal with retail giant Tesco, who will stock the album exclusively.
"So much has changed in the way artists work now" explains Nadine, "I think we have learned that the traditional model for selling an album isn't the only way of doing things. To be able to create an album where you are in complete control of your own work is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for an artist."