Two months after the release of her single "Call Your Girlfriend," Robyn has finally put out a video to accompany it. It's a return to something more visually interesting, even if simple, compared to her her pasttwo videos which I found a bit boring. There's something about this one that shows off the energy she has in concert. Next up is the debut single from Nicola Roberts, the last member of Girls Aloud to try her hand at a solo career. I'm on the fence with this one. I like elements of the song, but am not loving it. She looks gorgeous in the video and it stays interesting, so points there, but overall I'm undecided. Then there's the new single from The Saturdays (Xenomania's other girlband). I'm digging the music, but the melodies sound like every other upbeat song of theirs, and the video feels like a rehash as well. And just for good measure I'm throwing in Kylie's "Put Your Hands Up" lyric video to go along with the digital EP's that are available today on iTunes. Featuring remixes and live tracks from her Aphrodite Live 2011 world tour (which everyone in the office, except Cooper, went to), it's a shame this single never got a proper video treatment and release.