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Although there was no performance, the group chatted about the single and the music video was played during their interview.
The Saturdays also appeared on the Channel 4 music show Koko Pop on .
"30 Days" is a song by English-Irish girl group The Saturdays. The single debuted at number seven on UK Singles Chart, confirmed by the Official Charts Company.
It was released as the lead single from their fourth studio album, Living for the Weekend (2013). Rochelle Wiseman explained the concept of the single, "It’s a really amazing, catchy song but the sentiment behind it is being all excited and counting down the days to seeing someone when you’ve really been missing that person." The song has received mixed to positive response from critics and fans.
agreed writing "this track would have been perfect for the ‘On Your Radar’ album as it carries on the same dance feel the album had.
’30 Days’ is a very catchy track and has a very chart-friendly and club feel to it.
The Saturdays also appeared on Channel 4 programme Sunday Brunch for an interview on .
The group performed "30 Days" for the first time on ITV's This Morning on .
The vocals are shared evenly between the girls and sound moody, although they've been edited a bit too much and some emotion and personality has gone.
It's a shame because we know all the girls are great vocalists".
It certainly seems that The Saturdays are trying to break away from the clean cut pop image that they burst onto the scene with; however I think the new dance sound with a touch of pop sound suits them".Robert Copsey of Digital Spy rated the single 4 out of 5 stars, writing a positive review about its "blend of plinky synths", "rumbling electro beats" and "addictive chorus" which is "cooler than a blast of Listerine." In Scotland, "30 Days" entered the chart at number 2; the single also entered the UK Singles Chart at number 7 on the week ending . The Saturdays appeared on series 8 of Alan Carr: Chatty Man on 27 April 2012.