Little Mix have unleashed new single ‘Break Up Song.’
Rolled out as the lead release from the group’s sixth studio album, the high-octane cut was penned by members Jade, Perrie, and Leigh-Anne alongside hitmaker Kamille and Frank Nobel.
The release is especially notable in that it is one of the first offerings from the ladies new pact with RCA Records, following their acrimonious split from Syco upon the debut of their LP ‘LM5.’
With a lot to prove, do they deliver? Listen below and let us know…
A delicious slice of Synth-Pop bliss!
Laced with catchy hooks, its main chorus is anthemic and ready-made for radio.
While the ladies have always been rooted in Pop, they’ve played with different sounds with largely solid results (as far as singles go).
Yet, arguably missing has been a base sound that has defined a whole project.
As such, we’re hoping this employment of 80s retro is more than a mere flirtation and is instead the anchoring of what will be their sixth studio album.
Because with the likes of Dua Lipa and The Weeknd furnishing their present day bops with an old-skool varnish, there’s no better time than the present for Little Mix to benefit from doing the same.