Today's Song Of The Day is a bit ropey isn't it. 'Apols'.

On Thursday July 16 2009, Popjustice failed to recognise the one month anniversary of the era-rede­fin­ing moment when a major label launched a girlgroup with a video featuring the band's members playing croquet on a rubbish dump. That Thursday four weeks earlier was a sig­ni­fic­ant point in the lives of all involved; the families and friends of all concerned are still feeling its effects today, long after the world's media have packed up their equipment and moved on to the next story. We know it is important not to forget the events of that Thursday, we apologise with all our hearts and we promise that future anniversar­ies will be appro­pri­ately covered.

On Thursday July 16 2009, Popjustice failed to recognise the one month anniversary of the era-rede­fin­ing moment when a major label launched a girlgroup with a video featuring the band's members playing croquet on a rubbish dump. That Thursday four weeks earlier was a sig­ni­fic­ant point in the lives of all involved; the families and friends of all concerned are still feeling its effects today, long after the world's media have packed up their equipment and moved on to the next story. We know it is important not to forget the events of that Thursday, we apologise with all our hearts and we promise that future anniversar­ies will be appro­pri­ately covered.

In the Song Of The Day entry titled 'Platnum — 'Trippin''' dated February 23 2009, we stated that Platnum's forth­com­ing single 'Trippin'' was the best single to feature  'trippin' in the title since Robbie Williams' 2005 single 'Tripping'. We now accept that Cahill's 'Trippin' On You' (released in 2008) was, of course, a total mas­ter­piece and that our original statement was therefore false. We accept full respons­ib­il­ity for the error and apologise to Cahill for any offence caused by the original article.