Little Mix Announce Brand New Single ‘Break Up Song’
[Updated April 3, 2020] 'Break Up Song' Has Debuted at #9 in the UK Charts Becoming The Girls' 15th Top 10 UK Single
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They recently announced that a new era was pending, creating a global frenzy amongst their fanbase.
And now this new era begins, as the world's biggest girl group, Little Mix, confirm they are releasing a brand new single this Friday on March 27, titled 'Break Up Song'.
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Written by Jade, Perrie and Leigh-Anne with Kamille, Frank Nobel and Linus Nordstrom, 'Break Up Song' is an anthem about getting over a relationship, featuring an indelible melody and swirling 80's synths, all wrapped up in another of the band's trademark stunning vocal performances.
Little Mix are back doing what they do best; huge pop songs that take over the planet.
Little Mix, consisting of Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall, have established themselves as the world’s biggest girl band.
They have sold over 50 million records worldwide, collected over 17 million Spotify listeners, received over 3 billion Youtube views, and collated 12 billion streams worldwide.
2019 witnessed Little Mix win their second Brit Award – this time for Best British Video for ‘Woman Like Me’, and perform the same song live at the Brits. They also won two Global Awards for Best Group and Best Song, followed by their 4th EMA Award for Best UK & Ireland Act.
This year Little Mix launch a brand new TV series for BBC One, Little Mix The Search. The series, made by ModestTV, will see the band creating bands and becoming mentors to a new wave of talent. The singers who make it into new bands will live together and gain access to Little Mix’s inner circle who have contributed to their phenomenal success, including vocal coaches, song writers, producers and stylists.
The TV series will be followed by a huge Summer Tour playing stadiums across the UK in June and July, including a massive headline show at London's iconic Hyde Park for British Summertime on 6th July.
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March 24, 2020 5:35am ET by Simon Jones PR