Glory Days might not be released until November 18, but Little Mix have just announced the tracklist for their fourth studio album – so we’re already placing our bets on which tracks will be our faves (aka ALL of them).
The vocal quartet – featuring Perrie Edwards, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Jesy Nelson and Jade Thirlwall – shared the album’s song titles after attending BBC Radio 1’s 2016 Teen Awards on Sunday afternoon.
Taking to Twitter, the girl group unveiled the album’s official tracklist, writing alongside a photo of the CD’s back cover: “#GloryDays just got REAL! Check out the official track list! Can’t wait for you to hear these.”
For closer inspection, here is the complete tracklist in all its glory (ahem):
Shout Out To My Ex
Oops (featuring Charlie Puth)
You Gotta Not
Down & Dirty
Nobody Like You
No More Sad Songs
Nothing Else Matters
Little Mix simultaneously revealed their surprise collaboration with US singer Charlie Puth, who has previously worked with Meghan Trainor and Selena Gomez on chart-topping numbers, suiting LM4’s sassy and fierce vibe.
And if that’s not enough, the former X Factor group announced a deluxe version of the album, which includes three additional tracks (Beep Beep, Freak and Touch) and a bonus DVD.
The DVD showcases some of Little Mix’s stellar performances from their Get Weird tour live from Wembley Arena, including some of their biggest hits like Salute, Hair and Secret Love Song.
Glory Days’ lead single Shout Out To My Ex earned Little Mix their fourth number one on Friday, as it became the third song this year to debut straight at the top of the charts, and knocked fellow X Factor winner James Arthur into the runners’ up spot with his comeback track Say You Won’t Let Go.
Glory Days will be released on November 18. Which tracks are you most excited to hear? Let us know in the comments below or tweet us @YahooCelebUK.