The singer - who is married to their manager, Westlife singer Kian Egan - told the Daily Star that the 'Not A Love Song' group want fans to see them as "their mates".
"Our aim is very much to make songs about women for women," Albert said. "We want girls to see us as their mates and be the kind of girls they could get drunk with or have a girly night in with.
"We love getting dressed up, like we have done on today's shoot, but we're not into really showing off acres of skin. The last thing we'd want to do is alienate female fans."
She quipped: "Before we had our hair and make-up done today, we looked more like Aerosmith - we were all in our baggy jeans and rock T-shirts."
Meanwhile, her bandmate Sharon Condon added: "As women it's in our nature to be sensitive. If any of us are sad or down, we'll give each other a chocolate bar and a cuddle. I'm on hand with the vitamins if ever any of the girls get colds or run down too. We really love each other."
The group's Introduction To Wonderland EP is out now.
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