Girls Can't Catch are a pop trio comprising Phoebe Brown, Daizy Agnew and Jess Stickley. Brown was previously one-fifth of 2007 X Factor hopefuls Hope. The three girls were talent spotted by British pop label Fascination- home to Girls Aloud and The Saturdays and were put together at the beginning of 2009. This song was their first single release.
The song was written by English songwriter Chris Braide whose resumé includes Clay Aiken's 2003 American chart-topper "This Is The Night" and Will Young's Ivor Novello winning UK #1 "Anything is Possible."
Phoebe commented in publicity materials, that this positivity anthem, "feels like our theme tune at the moment." She added: "No matter what life throws at you, you've got to keep going and go for what you believe in. And it's a bloody good tune you can't get out of your head!"
In the song's music video, the girls play croquet in a junkyard. Daizy told I Like Music about the shoot: "I loved the whole day, we were lucky it didn't go on all night as some videos do! Walking on rough ground in a tip in 6-inch heels holding a croquet stick while trying to sing into the camera was challenging! Apart from that, the experience and memories are priceless. I can't wait to do the next one!"
Geffen Records made history on June 27, 1994 when Aerosmith's "Head First" became the first major label song made available for exclusive digital download. Download speeds at the time were so slow it took around 75 minutes to download the track.