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Stooshe – Slip

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With Girls Aloud out of your picture, Stooshe are making a bid for being our new favourite girl party with new single ‘Slip’.

Stooshe have unveiled the video for that Motown inspired track, and we will need to say, it is pretty good.


Alex, Courtney and Karis go bowling inside ‘Grease’-esque video, which was aimed by Bryan Barber, whose credits include Christina Aguilera’s ‘Ain’t No Additional Man’ and Outkast’s ‘Hey Ya! ’.

The new single  is released on 13 May and serves since the group’s fourth single. It will be the latest to be taken using their company forthcoming debut album, which gets shelves on 27 May.

Stooshe is usually an English girl group from Liverpool. The group, consisting of customers Alexandra Buggs, Karis Anderson in addition to Courtney Rumbold, were signed to Warner Wedding ring in August 2011 and many people released their first promotional individual, “Betty Woz Gone”, in March 2011. It was announced on 5 December that Stooshe was nominated for the BBC’s Seem of 2012 poll. Their established debut single, “Love Me” featuring American rapper Travie McCoy, found the group attain chart achievements, with the single peaking at number five on the UK Singles Chart. They produced “Black Heart” in June 2012, which peaked at number three after having a month in the top ten. The group are set to push out a their debut studio album on 27 May 2013.

Watch video for ‘Slip‘!

Stooshe was formed in May 2010 and signed to Warner Music Group in August 2011. The group, which consists of members Alexandra Buggs, Karis Anderson and Courtney Rumbold, were put together by writer/manager Jo Perry following a series of auditions and scouting in UK fashion shop Topshop. With tracks from Writer / Production duo Future Cut, the group spent the next twelve months developing their look and sound. Anderson revealed that the band’s name originates from the word ‘Stoosh’, urban slang for something expensive, “a girl who thinks she’s nicer than she is,” or being stoned or stashed away. The contrasting meanings confirmed their choice.  Enjoy Stooshe!