Their Greatest Hits collection is released on August 11 and will be followed by a nationwide tour that includes a show at Birmingham NIA on September 15. Then the band will return to the studio to begin work on their fifth album.
The Hits compilation includes 13 Top Ten singles amassed since The Saturdays debuted in 2008 with If This Is Love. The album also features three new tracks alongside fan favourites like Higher, All Fired Up, Ego, Up and the chart topping What About Us.
Among the tracks is Not Giving Up, their 17th and latest single, taken from their fourth studio album, Living For The Weekend.
On its release in April the band members enthused about the song with Frankie Sandford calling it "an absolute stormer". Mollie King added: ''It's the track our fans haven't stopped talking about since it debuted on our E! Network series Chasing The Saturdays and seems to be everyone's favourite track on the album." Una Foden said: "The video shoot was so much fun. It's our most futuristic and fashion forward video yet.''
Since launching in 2008 The Saturdays, whose line-up is completed by Vanessa White and Rochelle Humes, have sold over five million records and scored four top ten albums and 13 top ten singles. Between them, the girls have over 1.5 million fans on Facebook and 4.7 million on Twitter.
Tour Dates - September 2014
07: Glasgow Clyde Auditorium; 09: Newcastle City Hall; 10: Sheffield City Hall; 12: Nottingham Royal Concert Hall;
14: Manchester O2 Apollo;
15: Birmingham NIA;
17: Dublin Olympia;
18: Cardiff Arena;
19: London Wembley Arena;
20: Brighton Centre;
22: Bournemouth BIC;
23: Plymouth Pavillions.