Which All Saints Song Speaks To You The Most?

There's only one way to find out!

Desiree Van
Created By Desiree Van
On Mar 29, 2017

Pick your favourite All Saints member:

If your life was a genre, what would it be?

What's your selfie style?

How do you respond to hearing your favourite song?

Which pure shores do you want to spend your holiday on?

Pick a 90s hair accessory:

Pick a pair of cargo pants:

Never Ever

Never Ever

Never Ever (1997) from the album All Saints.

You are strong, resilient, and independent. You are not afriad to speak your mind, and people know to come to you if they want an honest opinion.

Pure Shores

Pure Shores

Pure Shores (1999) from the album Saints & Sinners.

You are sweet, caring, and easy-going. You appreciate the people around you and you always try to see the good in people.

Under The Bridge

Under The Bridge

Under The Bridge (1998) from the album All Saints.

You are honest, determined, and down to earth. You understand that life isn't easy, but that doesn't get you down. You’ve persevered and worked hard for everything you have.

Black Coffee

Black Coffee

Black Coffee (2000) from the album Saints & Sinners.

You are charming, passionate, and a true romantic. You are not afriad to wear your heart on your sleeve, and you are always prepared to fight for what you really want.

Lady Marmalade

Lady Marmalade

Lady Marmalade (1998) from the the double A-sided single Under the Bridge/ Lady Marmalade.

You are confident, witty, and fun. You try not to take life too seriously, and you appreciate the little things. You are not afriad to slow down and live in the moment.