Ailbhe Malone falls hard for some Swedish ladypop
TRACK OF THE WEEK Even If I’m Loud It Doesn’t Mean I’m Talking To You by What a title, to begin with. Sounding a bit like a playground rhyme, this is a sterling piece of Swedish ladypop, and contains the line “I hope you hit the ground hard when you fell for yourself”.
In Girls Aloud news, is due to join a TV show called Tumble. It’s like Strictly Come Dancing, but with celebrities. Apparently, the celebrities are “embarking on a gruelling training regime combining aerial and gymnastic skills. They’ll use them all to deliver breathtaking performances that you’d expect from the department that also produces Strictly Come Dancing”. Says Sarah: “I’m really looking forward, but also a little bit scared, about all the training I’ll be doing - but at least it beats going to the gym.”
Time for a round-up. Firstly, he’s tired after 1D’s world tour, understandably telling the Daily Star : “We have a few days off, so we’re going to hit a few golf balls . . . and lay in a dark room.” Nialler’s also been working with indie group The 1975. Matty 1975 explained to Digital Spy: “I went into the studio with them and we started to work on one track. They were asked to list who they wanted to work with on the next album, and we were one of the people they chose.”
Matty 1975’s mum had previously confirmed this to Digital Spy. “He’s writing a song for them. I’m friends with Harry Styles’ mum, Anne. I always know when she’s tweeted me because I’ve got 27,000 of the 1D army and The 1975 army (in my Twitter timeline) and they go into meltdown.”
Meanwhile, pop rockers of Summer have explained how girls can get in their good books. Luke 5 Seconds of Summer told Dolly Magazine, that girls could “dress up like a fruit or a vegetable. Or if you wear Christmas lights . . .”. However Ashton 5 Seconds of Summer added: “If you dress up as a large fruit, I’ll notice you.”
Sterling Swede: Tove Styrke