The Saturdays' New Song 'Gentleman' Hailed As "Pure Genius" After First Play - Video
9 May 2013, 08:19
The 'All Fired Up' five-piece have also unveiled the official lyric video for their brand new single.
The Saturdays brand new song 'Gentleman' received its first play on Capital FM this morning (9th May) and have received huge praise from their fans across Twitter.
The 'All Fired Up' five-piece gave fans their first taste of the song last week with a short teaser, and premiered the song in full on Capital Breakfast today as the follow-up to their huge Vodafone Big Top 40 number one single 'What About Us'.
In the wake of the first play of 'Gentleman' fans have been taking to Twitter all morning to praise the new track, describing it as "so different" and "pure genius".
"@CapitalOfficial It is amazing! Pure genius!" @TeamSats_Alex tweeted straight after the first play, while @meganwoods81201 wrote: "@CapitalOfficial @TheSaturdays wow gentleman is AMAZING!!! I have to get it xxxx #NewSatsOnCapital.
"@CapitalOfficial its so different, but so good! <3 #NewSatsOnCapital," @jadeeexxxx also posted, while @ThePensmith10 was clearly enjoying the first play when they tweeted: "Raving round my bedroom as we Tweet ;)."
'Gentleman' is set to be the second single to be lifted from the band's upcoming studio album, expected later this year, and will receive an official release on 30th June.
View a picture of The Saturdays last week after announcing band member Frankie Sandford's pregnancy below (Credit: Instagram):
This week also saw Frankie, Mollie, Rochelle, Vanessa and Una teasing fans about the music video for 'Gentleman', when they revealed they got to dress up as men in the upcoming promo.
The Saturdays have been confirmed for the line-up of this year's Capital FM Summertime Ball 2013 at Wembley Stadium on 9th June.
Keep following all of the reaction to The Saturdays' brand new song 'Gentleman' using the hashtag #NewSatsOnCapital and tweeting at the @CapitalOfficial account.
View the newly unveiled song lyric music video for 'Gentleman' below: