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.
Shout Out to My Ex is a song by Little Mix that will be released as the lead single from their fourth studio album (Glory Days). The single artwork was leaked online on October 8, 2016.
The Dangerous Woman Tour is the upcoming third concert tour by American singer Ariana Grande, in support of her third studio album, Dangerous Woman (2016). On September 22, 2016, Grande announced on Twitter that Victoria Monét and Little Mix will be joining the tour as opening acts. It is set to begin on February 2, 2017 in Phoenix, Arizona.
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.
Black Magic is a song by Little Mix that serves the lead single and appears as the first track on their third studio album Get Weird
Love Me Like You is a song by British girl group Little Mix. It was released on September 25, 2015 as the second single from their third studio album Get Weird. It was released as a single in United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand but available to buy as an album track worldwide.
Secret Love Song is a song by Little Mix and appears as the fourth track on their third album, Get Weird. It features Jason Derulo. The song will be released as the third single from the album in the UK and Ireland.
Hair is a song by Little Mix and appears as the fifth track on their third album Get Weird. It was released on August 28, 2015 as a promotional single. A new version of the song featuring Sean Paul was released on April 15, 2016 and was released as the fourth single from the album.
The Get Weird Tour is the third concert tour by the British girl group Little Mix in support of their third studio album, Get Weird. The tour started on March 13, 2016 in Cardiff, Wales. The second leg will commence in May 2016 in Oceania and Asia. The european leg starts on June 12, 2016 in Stockholm, Sweden.
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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The women of Little Mix — Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Jade Thirlwall and Leigh-Anne Pinnock — are stacked four across on a couch at NBC’s headquarters in Midtown Manhattan, attempting to argue that they’re just your average twentysomethings.
“We do what we want to do, we act how we want, we wear what we want,” Pinnock says, over the playful chatter of her bandmates. “We’re normal girls.”
Throwing a wrench in this claim is the fact they’ve just wrapped performing on the “Today” show stage for a dedicated pool of fans — many of whom have been eagerly tracking the band since its 2011 victory on the U.K. edition of “The X Factor,” the only group act to do so in the show’s history.
Five years later, three albums and worldwide success, the quartet are setting their sights on the final frontier: breaking the U.S. market. From Thursday, they will join Ariana Grande on the road for her “Dangerous Woman” tour to promote their fourth studio album, “Glory Days.”
“We’re so grateful for every bit of success that we’ve got — our album went to number one for two weeks, and the single ‘Shout Out to My Ex’ went to number one for three weeks [in the U.K.], and it’s just been the most incredible year for us,” says Edwards, serving as a ringleader of sorts for the group’s interviews. “So I think that’s why now we feel more driven and more determined to come to America and have the same kind of success over here. On the Ariana Grande tour, it’s three whole months in America, so we’ll be able to work our little asses off and hope that it’ll do well.”
Breaking into the U.S. with a boost from Grande is a full-circle moment for Edwards, who introduced her bandmates to Grande’s YouTube videos back in days of “X Factor.” “Obsessed,” Edwards says of the pint-sized powerhouse. “I remember the first-ever studio session — this is an interesting fact — we had together as a group; we were sat in there, just like whatever, writing and recording, and I was like, ‘Guys, you have to check out this girl called Ariana Grande — she’s on Nickelodeon and stuff, and she puts covers on YouTube — please listen to her voice, it’s insane.’ And now she’s, like, one of the biggest stars in the world.”
Despite their age — Edwards is the youngest at 23, and Nelson and Pinnock are the oldest at 25 — five years in the spotlight has given them more than enough experiences for solid material.
“I think what’s different about this album is we knew exactly what we wanted to do with it; we put our hearts in it and it’s such an honest album,” Nelson says. “We literally wrote about every experience that we’ve gone through in the last five years, whether it be bad or good. We think [our music has] matured so much more.”
In that vein, it’s the music, they believe, that makes this the right time for American audiences to take a liking to them. “I think we’ve just got the right song. ‘Shout Out to My Ex’ is undeniable, I think,” Thirlwall says. “And every time we have come previously, obviously we love all our music, but it just hasn’t connected enough to explode. Whereas we feel like this could be it. It’s just a matter of timing.”
Little Mix’s Leigh-Anne Pinnock about her style, her lifestyle blog and Jamaica.
Little Mix are a band that need no introduction. As the most popular girl group of the decade, they’ve had sold-out headlines shows across the globe, clocked up a handful of top 10 singles and amassed a fan-base of thousands of loyal guys and girls who would quite literally worship the ground upon which they perform their perfectly synchronised dance routines. With accolades and awards lining their shelves and their position at the forefront of pop music, Little Mix are a force to be reckoned with. Don’t forget that they’ve also made their mark as Wonderland cover stars.
With a wardrobe that includes perfect pink Moschino tees or beautiful Balmain ensembles, it’s no wonder that Leigh-Anne Pinnock is Little Mix’s go-to girl for style advice. With that in mind, we sat down with Leigh-Anne to talk about the thought process behind her styling, the importance of body confidence, her lifestyle blog and her recent trip to her home-from-home, Jamaica.
Firstly, how would you describe your style?
I love wearing whatever I feel comfortable in, I love trying new things, I don’t really like to label it! I would say I love to follow trends but I also like to try and create my own trends and try things that I wouldn’t normally see myself in.
So you love to experiment with your style?
Yeah, 100%! I don’t really like to follow the crowd.
Have you always been interested in style and fashion?
I have actually always been into it, ever since I was younger. I’ve definitely always been interested in it, and as I’ve got older the passion has just got bigger and now I really want to focus on it!
Who are your favourite brands and designers and why?
One of my favourite designers would be Louis Vuitton. I’ve basically got everything! I love Chanel, Chanel bags are just absolutely everything. I’d say I’m really into Acne. Who else am I into? Balmain! That’s like one of my favourites! I’ve got the most amazing stylists and we always work together to create our own sort of looks and trends – they’re amazing.
I can imagine it’s important to work with stylists that share your vision & desired aesthetic.
100%. I think these are probably the best stylists that we’ve ever worked with. Not just me but as a group as well, each and every one of us. It’s good to work with people that have that same passion and want to create things.
Obviously, we think that Little Mix look amazing on stage, but sometimes critics have said your outfits are too provocative, I was just wondering what your opinions were on this and how you deal with style criticism?
I think with us, we love to just wear what we want to wear. When we feel comfortable on stage, we’re not really interested in the negative comments that people are saying about them being provocative. I don’t even think they’re that provocative if I’m honest! Beyonce and Lady Gaga were all wearing a leotards on-stage and if I’m honest, it’s actually quite easy to move in so that’s probably why we choose them, because we do so much dancing and choreography! We are all so body confident now and that has taken a lot of time to build and the fact that we are, I think that’s an amazing thing and we want to encourage our fans and everyone to be exactly the same way – wear what you want and be comfortable in it and sod what everyone else thinks!
Definitely! I think that’s the best attitude to have really! We saw that you recently went to Jamaica. Tell us about that trip!
Jamaica is like my second home, it’s probably the only place in the world where I feel like I’m at home other than England and my grandad and most of my family live there. I’ve been going there since I was three years old, so like 20 years I’ve been going! It’s one of my favourite places ever. The food I absolutely love! Caribbean food is one of my favourite cuisines. I love the music, just everything. It’s got the best vibe, Jamaica! Have you ever been?
Sadly not, should we add it onto our travel list?
You have to go! It’s just absolutely amazing. Maybe I’m biased because I am quarter Jamaican but I absolutely love it! I think one of the best things on the trip that we did, Negril is like the longest beach in Jamaica and it’s got this place called Rick’s Cafe and it’s like a cliff where you jump off. The highest peak of it is really high and people do backflips off it and handstands off it, it’s insane! Last time I went I didn’t get to do it, at the last minute I chickened out so I was like I’m going to do it! I got there to the top and I was like sod this! I couldn’t do it! Too high! But I did the baby one!
You run your own blog – Leigh Loves – tell us a bit about why you wanted to set this up and what you’re hoping to achieve?
I think with my blog I just wanted have something where I could show all my fans what I’m really interested in and sort of who I am because obviously I’m so into fashion. It’s not even just fashion, it’s like a lifestyle blog, I talk about travelling because I love travelling. I wanted to do something that I could do on my own. It’s fun! It’s really hard though, it takes a lot of work!
How do you sort of manage to find the time to do it alongside your work with Little Mix?
It is really hard. I don’t really stop, I just kind of keep going! The girls are like ‘what are you doing, aren’t you tired?’ but I’m like ‘I need to do this kind of thing’ so I just have to try a fit it in.
In terms of outfits that you’ve worn as part of Little Mix, which has been your favourite?
There’s so many! I would probably say our performance looks have been amazing. We did a performance for The LOS Music Awards in Spain and it was like a yellow and black look. What I love is when it’s colour co-ordinated and we choose like a really bold colour! So yeah, I love our performance looks! In terms of my individual look, recently I did a really cool look on a night out with a Moschino pink t-shirt and these really cool metallic thigh-highs.
Finally, if you could give your fans one piece of style advice what would it be?
I would say, wear what you feel comfortable in and don’t follow the crowd, be who you want to be in your fashion and don’t listen to anyone else and any other negative comments. I think just do you and rock it with confidence because if you don’t have any confidence it’s not going to work!
Often referred to as this generation’s Spice Girls, Little Mix are just on the cusp of releasing their latest album Glory Days. The girls are no newcomers to the FAULT scene, having previously been featured in issue 17– back when Salute was only just being released. It has been a while since and the foursome has surely done some growing up in the meanwhile. We caught up with Little Mix ahead of their album release and here’s their take on the past 5 years of their careers.
You’ve gone a long way since people first saw you on the X Factor. You’ve rocketed to the top, broken records and vanished the jinx of the X-Factor winner. How does it feel to prove everyone wrong? Perrie: It feels really good. Every little bit of success we get, we feel massively grateful and humbled for it. I don’t think I’ve ever expected to have the success that we have now. But I’m glad we broke that curse for X Factor. We’re very proud of ourselves.
It’s been five years now. What do you think is the most important lesson that you’ve learned over the past five years? Perrie Just to try and stay grounded with all your family and friends. Hold your loved ones really close. And try to keep your own little circle of friends. It’s hard to trust people in this industry. So yeah, keep all your family close. Jade To appreciate what we have. I think it’s very easy in this job to think negatively and think low of yourself after working such long hours. We’re always tired, but we have to remember that we’re in a much better position than many other girls. And also – to never underestimate our success.
So straight out of the X Factor – what were the biggest issues that you encountered in the industry? Leigh-Anne We didn’t have a clue what to expect. When you’re in a show like that, you’re kind of thrown into it in a way that you don’t really have any time to adjust to it. I think we were just really lucky to have each other. Doing that on your own – must be so much pressure. I’m just really happy that I got to have these girls as my comfort blanket.
Was there a specific moment in your careers when you realized that you’re becoming role models for young girls and therefore had a responsibility towards them? Perrie I think being named role models kind of happened just naturally, we never really asked for it. Which is lovely, I love the fact that girls look up to us and we empower people and inspire them. But obviously, we’re young girls and we’re going to do silly things sometimes that can kind of put pressure on us, but we’re just being ourselves. And if that means that we’re being role models by just being ourselves, then that’s incredible. It’s a massive compliment.
And as so, do you have any particular life stories that you’d like to share with your young audience for them to learn from? Leigh-Anne Well, both Jade and me had bad skin when we were young. And we used to get teased. And at the time – you think it’s the worst thing in the world. What I would say to anyone that is suffering from it is the fact that it will go away and it’s not the end of the world.
As women in the public eye working in an industry that constantly scrutinizes people – women first and foremost – have you ever felt you had a responsibility to act against it? Perrie Well, now that we’ve got a bit of influence – which is amazing – we try our best to make something positive out of it. We don’t think it’s fair that women get scrutinized more than men. Everything is harder for a woman in every kind of aspect and that’s why we try to empower women with our music, our image and everything we stand for. If we can help a little bit, then we’re doing okay.
How did you all find your individualities under the given circumstances? Perrie We kind of stayed the same I think. From the beginning, we all knew who we were individually, what our style was and what we liked and disliked. Nothing changed, it just evolved. We like to be individuals because more people can relate to us. People relate to Leigh-Anne differently than they relate to me and so on. We’re all tight knit, but we embrace our individualities too.
Have you always had this mindset? Perrie Yeah, we’ve had the same beliefs pretty much from the beginning. We’ve always wanted to be girl-power; we’ve always wanted to inspire people.
How do you usually cope with the pressure of that omnipresent eye of the media? Perrie At first, it was really horrible. We were really young; I was 17 when I got put into Little Mix. I felt like a baby, I didn’t know how to fend for myself. Moving to London was terrifying – to not be with my family. I think, at first, we found it hard reading things about ourselves that weren’t true. Like rumours or seeing a bad picture right on the front of a magazine or whatever it was. But now, we literally couldn’t care less. Leigh-Anne It doesn’t matter. We’ve learned how to deal with it all of it now. Everybody gets it. Adele, Beyoncé, everyone gets scrutinized. And it’s usually from people who don’t have a life.
What’s next for Little Mix? Perrie Hopefully a lot more success. But we’re very happy with this album. It’s a lot more mature, it’s very honest and it’s different to what we’ve done before. We just hope it does really well.
What’s your FAULT? Perrie I can be stubborn. Leigh-Anne When I gen drunk, I take things really seriously. Jade Mine is overthinking. I’m too much of a perfectionist.