If you’re anything like us, then you will have learned all of the lyrics, rehearsed all of the dance routines and slayed all of the stylings from Little Mix’s last three albums, but we have good news: LM4 is coming!
The vocal quartet – featuring Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Jade Thirlwall and Leigh-Anne Pinnock – have been in the recording studio working on the follow-up to their platinum-selling album Get Weird.
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Released in 2015, Little Mix’s third studio album went on to become the girl group’s biggest album to date, but Perrie reckons that they’ve actually managed to top it for their next collection.
The singer, 23, revealed that they have been working with some “incredible writers” to create an album that is “another step from anything they’ve ever done before”, but reassured fans that it’s still “very Little Mix.”
“It sounds so epic so far. So, so good. Oh my god, you should be excited,” Perrie confessed to Sugarscape. “I love it, it’s blowing my mind. I’m so happy with everything so far. It’s going really well.
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“We’re so obsessed with Get Weird that it has to be a step up. We were worried when we were making Get Weird that we loved it that much we were thinking, ‘How on Earth are we gonna make this better and up our game?”
And while Pez wouldn’t confirm or deny the DJ Snake collaboration rumours, she did share a little more about their new sound, adding: “It’s a lot more cool-sounding. It’s quite slick, but at the same time it’s kind of like Get Weird.
“It’s very Little Mix… still pop, still fun, a little bit of quirkiness; especially production-wise this time. Some of it’s quite chilled and laid back. You’re in for a treat.”
Be right back, we’re crystal balling to find out exactly when we should anticipate its release…