U.K. girl group All Saints were known in the 1990s for having a bit more grit than their peers—see the laid-back, brooding vibe of their massive singles "Pure Shores" and "Black Coffee." That's why a 2016 comeback, where it might feel like an odd fit for some '90s chart-toppers, looks so good on them: their music has always been pop with a mature, sleek edge, and brand new single "One Woman Man" is no different.
With marching percussion and rich strings, it's a little more anthemic than their typical fare, but "One Woman Man" has all the trademarks of an All Saints banger, from the low-register, breathy verses to the searing lyrics. "'One Woman Man’ is about not willing to give up losing Iove easily to someone else," Shaznay Lewis told The FADER over email, adding: "And trying to convince your parter to let the other person go." Listen above, and look out for Red Flag on April 8.