New British girl group Girls@Play are the latest act to emerge from the Stock & Aitken stable of artists. |
They are Vicky - the cowgirl, Rita - the mechanic, Lynsey the traffic cop,
Lisa-Jay - the executive and Shelly - the pilot.
28 November 2001
Girls@Play have decided to split up. After two singles and three years of promoting, Girls@Play have decided to go their separate ways. This has been one of the last projects that Mike Stock and Matt Aitken had involvment in. The S&A written and produced single Airhead was a minor hit in early 2001 and got to number 18 in the UK charts.
Mobius wishes the girls the best of luck for their future carreers.
7 October 2001
Respectable has entered the UK Charts at number 29.
1 October 2001
Respectable is OUT NOW!
24 August 2001
Girls@Play answer some questions for Smash Hits / The Box.
13 August 2001
Girls@Play will be supporting popstars sensation Hear'Say on their arena tour in August and September 2001.
Check the official Girls@Play site for details.
The Girls' debut single Airhead was released on 12 February 2001 and got to number 18 in the UK charts.
The follow up single Respectable, a cover of the Mel & Kim classic, is scheduled for release on September 17th 2001.
Watch out for the brand new video on the BOX now. #282
A short clip of the Respectable video can be seen on the official Girls@Play site.
Vinyl promos of Respectable have already been mailed out. The 12" contains:
Girls@Play are signed to Redbus Music (formerly GSM Records), a subsidary of Universal Group in the UK.
They are signed to Virgin in Germany.
The following tracks have been recorded and produced by Mike Stock and Matt Aitken and/or Pete Hammond:
Girls@Play Rule | AllFrankie.com | Girls@Play Moonfruit
Visit the Official Girls@Play site
Girls@Play Message Board
Check out the video to
'AIRHEAD' on The Box
The Box TV #: 207
the investors of Redbus Music.