Update: It's here! Take a listen to Little Mix's tribal track "Hair" above.
The sassy joint sees the girls singing and pseudo-rapping about getting a guy out of their hair, centered around this addictive, repetitive "gotta get him out my hair" hook.
Other than their brilliant hit single "Black Magic," the new track is the first taste of the group's upcoming Get Weird album. The anticipated record is shaping up to be a major pop LP and we can't wait to see what other genres the ladies explore. Scroll down to see all the adorable ways Little Mix teased the track.
Update (8/25): Little Mix are revealing a new song, "Hair," on Friday. And just as we suspected, the cut sounds like a tribal-influenced banger.
The group shared a new clip of the track on Twitter, giving us our first HQ snippet of "Hair." Appropriately, the quartet are blow-drying their hair as a thumping beat booms in the background. While we await the full song, check out what else we know about "Hair" below.
Original Story (8/21): Little Mix are keeping the buzz over their upcoming album Get Weird, revealing that a new song will be dropping very soon.
The ladies took to their Twitter account to announce the news and song's title by showcasing their signature personalities which are, well, quite weird. Watch the vid from Leigh-Anne, Jade, Perrie and Jesy below:
Yes, Mixers, "Hair" is coming so soon, dropping Aug. 28.
Upon hearing the news, fans of course began researching for any possible hints about the song, and eventually came across a studio clip that sounds like the girls are singing "Gotta get him out my hair," which could very well be a line from what seems to be a tribal-inspired, chant-heavy jam.
While there's no official word on whether "Hair" will be the second single, the gals' focus seems to be rightfully on current single "Black Magic." The perfect-pop gem looks on track to be their biggest single in the U.S. to date after a blazing performance at the 2015 Teen Choice Awards lodged the song inside the Top 40 on U.S. iTunes. It's already spent three weeks at No. 1 in the U.K.—a new record for the ladies—so it feels like only a matter of time before America becomes equally addicted to LM and "Hair" should continue their upward trajectory.