1) Black Magic
2) Love Me Like You
3) Weird People
4) Secret Love Song
7) I Love You
11) Love Me or Leave Me
12) The End
13) I Won't
14) Secret Love Song Pt. ll
15) Clued Up
16) The Beginning
Update (8/5): Breakup controversies aside, Little Mix are rolling ahead with their new album. The British phenoms announced that the new record Get Weird is slated for a worldwide release on Nov. 6, along with info about a few new songs.
Via press release, the girls describe the record as an overall "celebration of being unique and not holding back"—a message the band have embraced their entire career. But apparently it's extra present on a new track titled "Weird People" which the ladies say shows them embracing their "inner weirdness."
Little Mix also revealed new song titles "Love Me Like You," "Secret Love Song," "I Won't" and "Lightning," the last described by the quartet as "a sister" to their 2012 single "DNA."
Get Weird's lead single "Black Magic" has already spent two weeks at No. 1 in the U.K. and looks poised to breakout soon in the U.S. with the girls lining up performances at the Teen Choice Awards, the Late Late Show and the Today Show this month. Read on for everything else we know about Get Weird including collaborators, influences and more.
Original Story (7/9): No denying that Little Mix's new single "Black Magic" is British pop perfection, and its accompanying album seems like it will follow right in line.
The girl group gave their first in-depth interview about the LP, throwing out words to describe it like "very pop," "'80s influences," "very colorful," "more personality-driven" and "cheeky with grown-up lyrics." The quartet also agreed that it was a big departure from their '90s R&B-influenced sophomore LP Salute and that they're serving even stronger vocals.
LM added that the LP features two "a cappella" tracks (so hopefully we can expect something like "Boy") and ballads that "will blow your mind."
The new album also boasts a lineup of A-list pop collaborators. The girls say they've written one song with Jessie J ("a great experience," says memeber Leigh-Ann) and two with Jess Glynne (a.k.a. the "Rather Be" singer). They also booked time with past collaborators Maegan Cottone (who worked on past LM singles "Move" and "Salute") and Camille Purcell ("Boy," "Good Enough," "Nothing Feels Like You"), along with One Direction's go-to dude Ed Drewett ("Best Song Ever," "Steal My Girl").
The group didn't reveal a title or date, but have said the album's due out before the end of the year. So, stay calm Mixers, and continue blasting "Black Magic" all summer long.