“Our group chat on WhatsApp is always popping off, we are so used to being together 24/7 we live in each other’s pockets so when we are not together it feels really weird,” she told Lorraine Kelly.
“But it is also nice to get breathing space as we don’t normally get time off.”
The band dropped their new single Break Up Song on Friday and the 26-year-old admitted that the girls were unsure at first about releasing music during these trying times.SOURCE: thesun.ie
From us to you, our new single BREAK UP SONG is OUT NOW https://t.co/ofmkLPeeXx ✨✨✨ Turn it up loud we wanna see you dance your hearts out 💔— Little Mix (@LittleMix) March 27, 2020
See you for the lyric video premiere at 10am GMT, can't wait to celebrate the beginning of a new era with you 🖤 #LMBreakUpSong pic.twitter.com/9tw9l71PVo
If anyone can lift us out of the gloom, it’s Little Mix.
Britain’s most successful girl band are breaking through the fug of self-isolation with a turbo-charged new single that goes by the self-explanatory title Break Up Song.
Singer Perrie Edwards joined BBC on the phone from her house in London to explain what’s going on; and how the split from Syco has given Little Mix permission to go back to their first love: pure, unfiltered, hands-in-the-air pop anthems.
All interview you can read HERE
Hey Perrie, how are you?
I’m great! I’m in my kitchen making a grilled sandwich.
Excellent news. What filling?
Well, have you ever heard of [swanky Danish juice bar chain] Joe and the Juice?
Yes, there’s one next door to the BBC!
Well, I’m a little bit obsessed with that because my boyfriend likes it, so… there’s a Tuna sandwich that you get from there, and I’m basically just making my own version of that.
Well, I’m glad we’ve got all the important stuff out of the way first. Shall we wrap up the interview here?
Or maybe we should talk about the new single…
Oh, alright then.
It’s immediately recognisable as a classic Little Mix song, but how did it come about?
Sometimes when we do writing sessions you’re literally sat there, twiddling your thumbs, doodling on a piece of paper, pretending you’re coming up with ideas while you’re secretly going on Uber and ordering yourself a car home.
Then there’s other days when everything is flowing and it feels amazing. And this was one of those days. We went in the studio with Camille, who’s like the fifth member of Little Mix, and we wrote about six or seven songs in one day.www.bbc.com