Nadine Coyle: 'I have no regrets about my Tesco album'

Screen Shot 2014-09-16 at 10.16.42Nadine Coyle has insisted that she has "no regrets whatsoever" about the way she released her debut solo album, Insatiable. The former Girls Aloud singer released the album in November 2010, exclusively in Tesco stores, and saw it stall at Number 47 on the UK's Official Albums Chart. The album's only single, also called Insatiable, peaked at Number 26 on the Official Singles Chart. "We only released it in one shop. We didn't have any digital downloads, or iTunes, except for Tesco. That was the deal that we had done, to try something new," Coyle explains in an interview in the latest issue of Attitude. "So no, I don't have any regrets whatsoever." Gareth 150dpiHowever, Coyle goes on to admit that she wishes she had spent more time promoting the album. "I was going to do a second single, Running, and I really should have, so sometimes I think I should have just stuck it out and done that," she says. "But I went back to LA and rested and got myself together." During the interview, Coyle also reveals that she is now working on a new solo album with Girls Aloud's producer Brian Higgins - find out more more here. To read the full interview with Nadine Coyle, pick up a copy of the latest issue of Attitude, which features out gay rugby player Gareth Thomas and his boyfriend on the cover, plus interviews with Dustin Lance Black and Ben Schnetzer inside. The new issue of Attitude is available to download to your mobile, iPad or tablet device now at Pocketmags.com/Attitude, and will be available to buy in shops from tomorrow (September 17).