Una Foden's solo album won't be a pop record.
The Saturdays singer is currently working on her own material whilst on a break from the girl group and insists it will be completely different from what fans have heard from her before.
She said: ''My solo sound will definitely be more organic than The Saturdays. It's not pop - although I've been immersed in pop for my entire career so there will definitely be an influence.
''It's more singer-songwriter, me with a guitar singing and writing music about my experiences.''
And the Irish singer says there will also be a touch of traditional Irish music in her new material.
She explained: ''Because of the tone of my voice there will always be a hint of traditional Irish music but I haven't nailed everything down yet.
''I do hope to have some music out for 2016 though so it's very exciting.''
Despite her solo plans, Una - who has daughter Aoife and son Tadhg with husband Ben Foden - insists The Saturdays will get back together.
She told the Irish Mail On Sunday newspaper: ''We wanted to have a rest so we could pursue different projects before getting back together.''
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