Little Mix Preview New Single ‘Shout Out To My Ex’

Published: Tuesday 11th Oct 2016 by Sam

Little Mix sent their millions of Mixers into a frenzy over the weekend when they announced their new single ‘Shout Out To My Ex.’

Perhaps in a bid to pique interest, little has been divulged about the track beyond the fact that it’ll debut synchronously with their performance on The X Factor UK this Sunday.

Still, a tiny teaser won’t spoil the fun.

And that’s exactly what Jade, Jesy, Perrie, and Leigh-Anne have served up.

Want to know what the lead release from the quad’s fourth album is set to sound like? Listen to an official preview after the jump…

Sounds Pop and anthemic. We’ll reserve our full judgement until hearing the song in its entirety.

For now, though…

Your thoughts?

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  1. Danzou October 11, 2016

    Keep it.

  2. Paulo October 11, 2016

    eugh. I didn’t think they’d go even Poppier. still here for it cause I’m a fan but I’m lowkey disappointed.

    • Liam October 12, 2016

      Exactly I was hoping for a more urban based album liked Salute but I guess they may be going for that pop/stadium sound….but I’m hoping for more bops like Boy, Salute, About the boy ugh

  3. Angela Wesley October 11, 2016

    It sounds like a dance song mixed with a little pop sound.
    I don’t why the producers are giving Little Mix to many
    bad song choices. They are actually a very good group.

  4. leveinard October 11, 2016

    This sounds like so much of what’s already out there. These girls have some talent that ought to be put on display—this doesn’t do it.

  5. Bookbook October 11, 2016

    They are a good group. But their songs are trash. Do they have american producers?!?! If not they need to

  6. #Nicole Nation October 11, 2016

    No thanks, I was hoping they’d go a more urban route based on the lyrics.

  7. Joanna October 11, 2016

    I want Little Mix to go more urban too, but I don’t think they’ll ever penetrate the R&B market in that way, at least until their 90’s sensibilities are back in fashion again. Their label would have to actually put in effort in getting better guest features than Jason Derulo, too.

    • #Nicole Nation October 11, 2016

      Jason Derulo is like a poor man’s Sean Kingston and a poor man’s Eric Bellinger mixed together.

  8. cocobutta October 11, 2016

    Awaiting that shade Perrie throws her ex

  9. Smoove Jones October 11, 2016

    Title reminds me of Mya’s Case of the Ex

  10. RhiRocks October 12, 2016

    They tried going the rnb route. If u actually listen to their albums they are heavy influenced by destinys child . Their main problem is their fan base are little white girls so they need to keep it pop, they’re music is English pop not American pop music. They can’t sing a song like work from home as they’re image isn’t s*** it’s young good girl image

  11. lolhart October 12, 2016

    So this is the song that’s supposed to finally break them internationally? The only station that will be spinning it here is Radio Disney.

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