Update (9/25): It's here...and it's retro!

Little Mix follow up their biggest single to date (the infectious "Black Magic"), by taking us way back to the '50s for a doo-wop-y new ballad. Mixing the girl group sounds of yesteryear (think the Shrilles or the Ronettes) with some modern day lyricism ("They try to romance me but you got that nasty and that's what I want," the girls croon on the pre-chorus) for something quite fresh for pop radio in 2015.

Could the ladies score an even bigger hit than "Black Magic"? Take a listen and decide for yourself.

Update (9/18): While their last single "Black Magic" recalled late-'90s/early-'00s girl group pop, Little Mix's upcoming song seems to take it back to the female doo-wop acts.

The group unveiled a snippet of upcoming release "Love Me Like You," which will be the second single off their Get Weird album, out on November 6. It's only 15 seconds, but sounds just as addictive as past LP songs like "Black Magic" and "Hair." Read below for all the other info you need to know about the upcoming song.

Original Story (9/9) Little Mix isn't slowing down the promotion for their upcoming album Get Weird, and today they announced the LP's official second single.

A day after revealing the tracklist to Get Weird, the LM ladies announced in an adorable Twitter video below that song No. 11, "Love Me Like You," will be the next single off the album. We're getting an empowering feeling from the title, so consider us completely onboard. The group added that they shot the video for it in Los Angeles.

The new tune will follow-up their irresistible pop gem "Black Magic," the girls' biggest single to date. That one became their highest-charting song on the Billboard Hot 100 and spent three weeks at No. 1 in the U.K.

"Love Me Like You" will be released on September 25. The oh-so-hot act is on a winning streak right now—can it be an even bigger hit for them?