In just a year after the release of Get Weird, Little Mix immediately started working on their follow-up. In November, Mixers got Glory Days, an album that has the British quartet showing off their growth as a group. On their fourth LP, Little Mix are stronger than ever, both in their music and friendship. When the pop powerhouses visited the Fuse studios, we asked them what keeps them going and what it's like to constantly be on the grind.
"Doing album cycles so close to each other is stressful," Jade Thirlwall told Fuse. "Especially because we knew we wanted to get an album out as soon as possible. To be fair, the music did flow quite naturally, but we wrote the album and then recorded in, like, two weeks. So it was quite full-on."
"At the same time, we love always sort of being around, if that makes sense," Leigh-Anne Pinnock added. "We went away for a year before the Get Weird album, and it was the strangest thing ever. We missed it so much. I don't know. It didn't really feel right."
Watch the interview above, and then check out a throwback clip of Little Mix, when they interviewed fellow girl group Fifth Harmony at Fuse.