GOOD MORNING AMERICA - Little Mix performs live on GOOD MORNING AMERICA, 11/5/15, airing on the ABC Television Network.
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Little Mix's 2015 album Get Weird album produced the group's biggest hit in America to date with the bubblegum-pop delight "Black Magic." Despite just promoting the record with a new video for "Hair" in April, the girl group is already hard at work prepping LP No. 4.

Sugarscape cites a new MailOnline interview where member Jade Thirwall gave a major update about the album: "It's moving a lot faster than any of the other albums have done, because we want to release it before Christmas, which means we have to have the first single ready pretty soon."

Given Get Weird's November release date, that would mean two Little Mix albums within 13 months of each other! We'll gladly take it.

LM member Perrie Edwards also gave some hints about the sound and vibe of the record to DailyMail. "It's another step from anything we've ever done before," she said. "It's a lot more cool-sounding. It's quite slick, but at the same time it's kind of like Get Weird. It's very Little Mix, that's all you need to know: Still pop, still fun, a little bit of quirkiness; especially production-wise this time. Some of it's quite chilled and laidback. You're in for a treat."

While you await Little Mix's new treat, throw it way back to when the girls hadn't even released their first album in the States in this classic Fuse interview below: