Little Mix have announced details of their brand new single.
‘Move’ will serve as the girl group’s lead single from their upcoming second studio album.
The track will receive its first radio play on Nick Grimshaw’s BBC Radio 1 Breakfast Show on Monday (September 23). They will also join the DJ in the studio during the morning show.
The band announced their new single on a live Ustream chat this evening (September 19), holding up pieces of paper with ‘Move’ written on them.
However, many Little Mix fans complained that the webcam did not work, meaning they missed the stream, and the band soon apologised for the technical difficulties.
Apparently, the range will let fans recreate each of the girls siganture looks at home and the official press release reads: “Collection has been working closely with global pop sensations Jade Thirlwall, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Perrie Edwards to develop ‘Little Mix by COLLECTION’”.
Speaking about the news, Perrie revealed: “We are so so excited to unveil our new range to all you makeup lovers out there.
“As you know we all love dressing up and experimenting with different looks, so creating our own makeup was a dream come true. We designed the collection ourselves and we’ve all chosen products that reflect our personalities”
Meanwhile, a spokesperson for Collection said: “We are absolutely delighted to be partnering with Little Mix on this exciting collaboration.
“The girls reflect all of Collection’s brand values… They are full of confidence, complement each other perfectly and love to experiment with colour. We are looking forward to bringing the range to market this Autumn”.
The singer has enlisted the girl group for her new release ‘Une Autre Personne’, which debuted in full online on September 2.
The track hears Little Mix sing in French with Tal, following their global breakout success earlier this year.
The track has been lifted from Tal’s upcoming album A l’infini, which has yet to be issued an international release.
The girl group are currently working on their second studio album, which is expected to be released worldwide in November.