ALBUM: GLORY DAYS (2016)
 

  • GLORY DAYS is the fourth studio album by Little Mix and will be released on the November 18, 2016. It will be preceded by the lead single, Shout Out to My Ex. Also Get Weird Tour DVD will be available on the deluxe edition of the album from iTunes.
 
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  • OUR WORLD – In this, their hugely anticipated second book, the girls provide an insight into life as the world’s hottest girl group. Sharing their most personal experiences, they talk about friendship, reveal the truth about their relationships and all the lessons they’ve learned on their incredible journey to superstardom.

  • WISHMAKER is Little Mix’s second perfume. The news of the second fragrance was announced on their Instagram account on July 2, 2016 with the name being announced in the video they posted on their account. It was released in July 2016.

  • GOLD MAGIC is Little Mix’s debut perfume. The group announced that they would be releasing their very own perfume in 2015. The news was announced on January 29, 2015 by the group posting a video on Fahlo and later onto their YouTube Account. The name was revealed on June 2, 2015 on their Instagram account.

 

 
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 2017/04/05

On the latest episode, we’re joined by British girl group Little Mix! The ladies sat down with us poolside on the rooftop of their Los Angeles hotel when they were in town last week for Ariana Grande’s Dangerous Woman tour stops in Anaheim and L.A. “She has the most incredible fans,” Perrie Edwards says of Grande’s Arianators. “They’re very supportive. And a lot of the time, we see Little Mix T-shirts and Little Mix banners [in the crowd], which makes us feel very special. Ariana’s got a girl power to her going on. So we are just living life with all the girlies. It’s brilliant!”

Plus, Little Mix are loving the enthusiasm from American concertgoers. “Fans over here are so crazy, in the most incredible way possible,” Leigh-Anne Pinnock says. “You guys just give us everything.”

The video for Little Mix’s latest Glory Days single, “No More Sad Songs” featuring Machine Gun Kelly, came out the day before we sat down with the group. The U.K. girls surprised fans with the all-American Coyote Ugly-inspired clip, shot in a Nashville honky-tonk — so how did the country concept come about? “It was a bit random, really,” Jade Thirlwall says. “The director for the video, he suggested the whole Coyote Ugly thing, and at first we were like, ‘This really doesn’t go with “No More Sad Songs”!’ But then when we actually did the shoot, it’s quite refreshing, isn’t it? Because it’s not what you’d expect when you watch it.

“I think it’s one of our favorite videos,” Jade adds. “It ticks every box: It’s fun, it’s a bit saucy, and we look good and we feel good in it.”

Listen to the podcast HERE hear about Little Mix meeting MGK for the first time on the video set, how their massive Brit Awards opening number came together, their plans between the Dangerous Woman tour and their own European headlining tour, and much more.

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 2017/02/28

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 2017/02/28

Fresh from their Brit Award win for British single, Little Mix will take the stage at the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards on Saturday, March 11, in L.A. The act, which is nominated in the new KCAs category of favorite global music star, will perform a medley of their hit singles – “Shout Out to My Ex” and “Touch.”

Little Mix joins previously announced performers Machine Gun Kelly and Camila Cabello, who will perform their platinum-selling single “Bad Things.” Also set to appear at the event, hosted by John Cena, are the Chainsmokers, Nick Cannon, Ellen DeGeneres, DJ Khaled and Zendaya.

“We’re over the moon to be performing at the Kids’ Choice Awards!” Little Mix said. “It’s truly an honor to be both nominated and performing. We can’t wait to see everybody there!”

The awards air live from USC’s Galen Center on Nickelodeon, beginning at 8 p.m. ET.

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 2017/02/25

Little Mix Facebook Live Stream With Billboard – February 24th – New York

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 2016/11/19

Little Mix has always been a living example of girl power, but the British gals may have outdone themselves with their fourth LP, Glory Days.

In the year since the group released its previous album, Get Weird, every Little Mix member has been through ups and downs (whether together or individually), experiences that they weren’t just able to channel into songs — they were able to create an album they loved in record time. Billboard got a chance to catch up with the group’s Perrie Edwards and Leigh-Anne Pinnock ahead of the big release, finding out why this album is so special to them and their hopes going into the Glory Days era.

“With Get Weird, it just didn’t seem to be working. Like we couldn’t get the right songs, it just wasn’t jelling,” Pinnock explains. “And this time around, I feel like we just had so much to write about it just happened. It felt natural.”

Agreeing with Pinnock, Edwards piggybacked off the “natural” comment, mentioning how honest everyone was in the songwriting sessions, which resulted in a different concept and production process than they’ve ever had before. There were times when the writing hit a wall, though. Little Mix’s solution? Fro-yo.

During one of their last recording sessions, Edwards explained that the writer they were working with suggested a frozen yogurt run when it seemed like everyone was struggling with their creativity. “So we ordered an Uber, jumped in the car, and stayed at the mall for about half an hour just eating frozen yogurt,” laughs Edwards. Upon returning with full bellies, “We wrote one of our favorite songs on the album in like 10 minutes after that,” Edwards says. “I guess it was the sugar rush.”

A few months after Glory Days hits stores (Nov. 18), Little Mix is set for a trek across North America in support of Ariana Grande, an opportunity for which the girls are extremely excited and grateful. They have yet to figure out the set list for their opening gigs, but Edwards hopes it includes “Touch” — a sexy, danceable track with a bit of a “Hips Don’t Lie”-vibe — while Pinnock is eager to sing heartbreaking ballad “Nobody Like You” because of its powerful vocal moments for each member.

But whatever the girls choose to perform from Glory Days, power moments are bound to happen no matter what. The album is chock-full of them, particularly in songs like the “boy bye” declaration “F.U.,” feisty beat-dropper “Power” and anthemic single “Shout Out to My Ex.”

Although there are tinges of heartbreak and struggles on the album, the overall feeling that resonates from Glory Days is that the Little Mix girls have turned the past year’s hardships into success — coming out stronger, both musically and emotionally, because of it.

“The reason that we called the album Glory Days is because we’re gonna look back on this time and say that it was the glory days, the best time of our life,” Edwards says. “Hopefully our fans can share that with us.”

Adds Pinnock, “We’ve heard a lot of people say that we’ve changed their lives with our music. That’s what we set out to do.”

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