Album: Insatiable (2010)
Charted: 26
  • This is the title track and lead single by Irish singer-songwriter and Girls Aloud member Nadine Coyle from her debut solo album. The song received its official world premiere on In:Demand on September 10th.
  • Co-written with former Robbie Williams songwriting partner Guy Chambers, Coyle told The Daily Mail that she knew this song was going to be a hit as soon as they finished the tune, because it was so catchy. She said, "'I'm a pop artist, and that's what pop songs should do at their best. I just knew we had something special when we wrote that song."
  • The music video, directed by Wayne Isham, was filmed in Los Angeles, where Coyle re-located to prior to the recording of the album. Coyle stated: "It was so much fun making the video - even though I was sprayed with water and had a bad neck afterwards after all the hair flicking and rocking out I did!"
  • Coyle explained to Digital Spy how she hooked up with Guy Chambers: "We were put in touch by my publishing company. Before Girls Aloud I recorded songs on Garage Band, and it turned out that he'd heard those songs. To this day I still can't believe that my living room demos are out in circulation! As soon as he asked me to work with him I was like, 'Guy Chambers? I'll see you there! 2pm tomorrow OK?' I couldn't believe it."
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