New Video: Little Mix – ‘Bounce Back’

Published: Friday 14th Jun 2019 by Sam

Little Mix have poured out a potent splash of sass in the form of their ‘Bounce Back’ video.

While the single skews playful, the ladies mean serious business with the release – which follows the rocky ‘LM5’ era.

Looking to put the drama (which included a split from Simon Cowell’s label) in rearview, the Pop quad have pulled out all the stops as they strive to deliver on the track’s title.

They tapped in-demand director Hannah Lux Davis to helm the colorful visual, which sees Jesy, Jade, Perrie, and Leigh-Anne swag all the way out.

Step into the dollhouse after the jump…

They did…that!

Hook heavy and smart samples make this all sorts infectious and the visual boasts ample replay value too.

With summer around the corner, this has “hit” written all over.

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  1. Liam June 14, 2019

    This song is a bop and they slayed it vocally! Come thru ?????

  2. tika June 14, 2019

    Whats in the plastic, fake, industry crap is this!

    omg throw it all away!
    great sample but yuk!

  3. Clarkson June 14, 2019

    When are they disbanding. They cant keep doing this in their 30’s. One of them needs to go solo

  4. 2bad2bme June 14, 2019

    For some reason they just seem like co-workers that come together to make music and videos. Nothing feels like an authentic group with these girls. Manufactured at it’s best!

    • MM June 14, 2019

      what are you talking about ??They are realy close

  5. ArRihNaj June 14, 2019

    ??????? catchy song! Summer anthem ???????

  6. S.U.P.E.R.S.T.A.R.!. June 14, 2019

    I really love it.

  7. Junior in Jamaica June 14, 2019

    You go girls! Let’s hope it makes Billboard top 10!

  8. PettySpaghetti June 14, 2019


  9. PinotNoir June 18, 2019

    I see Nicki, I see Cardi, I see Bey, I see Katy, I see Taylor, I see too much bronzer and makeup, I see too much gratuitous attitude, I see no everlasting quality, I see Simon Cowell ruining music with his TV shows putting together (and shoving forward) lukewarm talent, I see the end of music.

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