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Little Mix are a British girlband who have come first in the UK talent show X Factor. The show has founded many acts such as Alexandra Burke, JLS & Leona Lewis. Little Mix (made up of Jade Thirlwall, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock & Perrie Edwards) became the first ever band to win the X Factor. The girls performed a variety of songs from Nicki Minaj to En Vogue. The girls are now signed to Simon Cowell”s record label SyCo and have released their debut single Cannonball, a cover of Damien Rice’s hit single. The song topped the UK charts, and it also topped the Irish charts for four weeks including the Christmas number one. Read More ... {GO}
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The first review of 'Move' - Expect beatboxing & an R&B feel in a 'Justin Timberlake style dancefloor filler'

Courtesy of Digital Spy, we have the first indication of what this new Little Mix album will sound like, read it all below…

The tricky second album is the one most acts dread, especially when expectations have reached fever pitch.

Little Mix offered up a very good debut pop album in the form of DNA this time last year, which helped them break through to international adoration.

However, following months of “it’s a more mature sound” and “it’s more R&B than our first”, Digital Spy has had the opportunity to give follow-up Salute roughly 23 full plays – and we’ve jotted down a few of our initial thoughts below.

If there’s one thing we weren’t expecting a Little Mix album to open with, it’s a Blitzkrieg siren. Nevertheless, the surprising intro fades into an effortlessly sassy call for ladies around the world to join their army. Lashings of clicking beats, electronic squiggles and a prowling guitar make the chorus an instant ear-grabber and one we reckon Beyoncé wouldn’t cock a snook at. We’re serious.

If there’s one thing we love about Little Mix it’s their guts to put out a forward-thinking lead single. ‘Move’ might not have clicked with everyone on first listen, but its infectious chest-pumping beats and carefree chorus are a good indication of the evolution they’ve made for their second collection.

‘Little Me’
This has second single written all over it. It’s a classic R&B midtempo that samples Faure’s ‘Pavane’ to glorious effect. What’s more, it hears Little Mix telling their younger selves “to speak up” and “shout out”. You won’t be able to get this one out of your head. We certainly haven’t.

‘Nothing Feels Like You’
One of the first things we noticed was a strong whiff of Beyoncé’s ‘End Of Time’, which is no bad thing at all. A massive carnival-worthy chorus mixed with a Lion King-inspired melody makes it one of the most euphoric cuts on the collection.

If there’s one track on the album that hasn’t made much of an impression it’s this one. That said, it’s still a notable piece of balladry that allows their voices to soar over a melancholic piano line.

We don’t think they could have packed more late-’90s girl group brassiness into this if they tried. The pre-chorus is a twinkling triumph, before they burst into a self-assured anthemic hook.

‘These Four Walls’
The girls have highlighted this track as one of their favourites – and after hearing the emotion poured out throughout we can see why. Their tight harmonies are out in force, while the strings elevate it to full heart-tuggery status.

‘About The Boy’
Funky guitar riffs and a bouncy chorus give this track its fierce urban sheen. There’s a point where we get an almost operatic moment of falsetto from Perrie, which ends with her breathing a sigh of relief. Amazing.

This track is nothing less than incredible. The first 54 seconds is pure Little Mix acapella with harmonies sharper than Simon Cowell’s tongue. We had to double check that a classic slice of Destiny’s Child R&B hadn’t been put on the album by accident. It’s that good.

‘Good Enough’
This piano-led slowie is another one for those heartbroken gals out there. Jesy’s quivering opening line is a poignant moment as she notes: “I am the diamond you left in the dust.”

‘Mr Loverboy’
It’s a hazy, rattling piece of American R&B that we just adore. It’s not single material, but we imagine it will go down as one of the fans’ most favourite album cuts.

‘A Different Beat’
As far as finales go, they don’t get much bigger than this. A stand-to-attention military snare and calling chants of “yeah-ee-yeah” begin proceedings, before it whips into a hip-shaking anthem backed by an American football marching band.

First Impressions…
Yes Little Mix’s sound has matured, and yes it’s also more R&B than their debut. There’s a danger for music journalists to say a record is amazing because they’ve heard it first, but in all seriousness, this is actually an amazing pop album.

Not only have Little Mix avoided an ill-judged second album, they have produced something that the world stage is screaming out for. It feels like their The Writing’s On The Wall moment, which is a massive comparison to make we know, but Little Mix really have pulled it out of the bag.


The first review of 'Move' - Expect beatboxing & an R&B feel in a 'Justin Timberlake style dancefloor filler'

We have the first EVER review of Little Mix’s new single ‘Move’ ahead of its worldwide premiere tomorrow morning.

The song has nothing but praise from The Sun who had the first listen of the track. Check out the review below..

“This week I was the first in the world to hear the brand new comeback single from X Factor champs Little Mix, and I predict it’s going to be their biggest hit yet.

Move is a Justin Timberlake-style dancefloor filler that allows all four girls – Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Jade Thirlwall and Leigh-Anne Pinnock – to show off their vocal range. They’ve even taken to a bit of beatboxing.

It has a more mature R&B feel and includes the feisty lyrics penned by the girls, including: “There’s just one problem, I’m a bit old school. When it comes to loving, I ain’t chasing you”. The song – which is set to be released in November and is taken from Little Mix’s upcoming second album – is closer to their No1 hit Wings, although interestingly it doesn’t feature a chorus.

It’s great to have you back ladies.”

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We will of course have the full Radio 1 interview and Move for everyone to listen to on LittleMixDaily.com!

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Little Mix owned the stage at the Stadium of Light tonight.

The X Factor-winning girl group were part of the line-up at North East Live.

The band, which includes South Shields girls Jade Thirlwall and Perrie Edwards, were welcomed by a screaming crowd at Sunderland’s home ground.

Jumping straight into their hit single, How Ya Doin’?, showing off their big voices and slick dance moves, the girls wowed the audience.

The group, which also stars Jesy Nelson and Leigh-Anne Pinnock, were performing fresh off their successful visit to America, which saw them make history as the first British girl group to debut in the top five on the US Billboard 200 with their first album.

And on stage today, they proved exactly why they’re taking over the world.

With just four male dancers to back them up, and a plain backdrop, the girls showed that they don’t need flashy costumes, special effects and dramatic staging to put on an amazing show.

After How Ya Doin’? the girls moved into the emotive Change Your Life, showing off their huge voices and stunning harmonies, hitting notes that some singers can only dream of with ease.

The down-to-Earth girls told the crowd how “amazing” it was to be back in the North East, and thanked people for their support, even saying they wouldn’t be where they are today if it wasn’t for the people of the region.

Covers of Nicki Minaj’s Super Bass and En Vogue’s Don’t Let Go recalled their X Factor days, demonstrating just how much they’ve grown in the two years since winning the show.

The girls had huge smiles on their faces throughout the whole performance, and you could tell just how much they love what they’re doing.

They ended their set with hits, DNA and Wings, as the crowd cheered, screamed, and sang along word-for-word.

The girls are born performers and the only negative of their time on stage is that it wasn’t long enough.

Little Mix undoubtedly have a long and amazing career in front of them, and I can’t wait to watch it every step of the way.

Source: Shields Gazette

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DNA Tour Day 15 - High Quality images and videos of Little Mix Live in London

Take a look at a review This Is Somerset did from a previous Little Mix gig from Bristol. The gig was given a 6/10 rating.

Colston Hall is becoming a well-worn pit-stop on the route to fame of X Factor starlets. In recent years we have seen JLS and Jedward grace this stage. Here, it was the turn of 2011 winners Little Mix.

Little Mix are a four-piece girl band made up of Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall who hold the distinction of being the only group to have won the ITV talent show.

Signed by Simon Cowell’s Syco record label, this is Little Mix’s first UK tour and endearingly they still retain the rabbit-in-the-headlights look that they can’t quite believe that this is happening to them.

The demographic that Little Mix appeals to could be not just seen but heard, with ear-splitting screams from the predominantly young girls in the audience who had made banners and cheered when the empowering messages appeared on the screens behind their heroes.

This screen was an interesting addition to proceedings. As if the group themselves, their live band or dancers were not enough to keep the attention of their young fans, throughout the show there were videos of the foursome.

Perhaps these were just as a reminder that the same four in the flesh here in Bristol had appeared on our television screens.
There were four sets of costumes in this 80-minute set, including a cape for Edwards and at least one bow tie for Nelson, who told us in one video that she owns hundreds.

Among a few too many album fillers was an enjoyable medley of girl band songs, including TLC’s No Scrubs and Bootylicious by Destiny’s Child, which brought Little Mix’s voices sharply into focus.

There was also a cover of Ring Ring Ring by last year’s BrisFest headliners De La Soul.

Among Little Mix’s own best songs were their most recent single Change Your Life and Wings, so good that they performed it once in their main set and then again as they were leaving the stage to the continued screams of their young fans.

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Review - Little Mix put on a big show in Bournemouth

Check out a new review of Little Mix performing at the Bournemouth International Centre in Bournemouth on the 15th February 2013.

From their uncertain beginnings as a group ‘thrown together’ from solo artists on the X Factor, to now packing venues in their first tour, Little Mix’s assent to fame has been swift and impressive – and their army of ‘Little Mixers’ certainly want to show how much they love them.

Part-way through their tour, the cute but feisty foursome rocked the BIC’s Windsor Hall on Saturday night with a mix of the covers that won them the X Factor (Superbass, E.T), combined with tracks from their debut album DNA.

Hip ‘girls next door’ in crop tops, baggy jeans and an endless range of ‘kickin’ trainers, they ‘kicked-off’ with We Are Who We Are, which is all about being true to how you areand ignoring ‘beautiful’ stereotypes and seems to be the ethos of this band, who list TLC, En Vogue and Sugababes as their heroes.

Indeed, they even performed a section of their show in homage to the bands which have inspired them (which many of the mums in the audience recognised more than the fans!) Sassy, not overtly-sexy, fun and giggly, but not sugary, Little Mix seem to have the right mix when it comes to combining personality, a great look and some fab vocals.

And Jesy, Leigh- Anne, Perrie and Jade also seemed to be having a great time too, with songs like Going Nowhere, Change and Red Planet getting their fans up with them on their feet throughout.

Little Mix – Big show.

Check out images of the girls performing in Bournemouth by clicking here


Reviews - Little Mix smash their gig at the Hammersmith Apollo in London

The reviews are coming in and it seems Little Mix have smashed what is possibly the biggest gig they’ll ever do. The Apollo has seen many stars in the past, but now they’re seen four.

Check out the reviews below…

Digital Spy

If their tour video diaries are anything to go by, then Little Mix are having the time of their lives travelling the UK with their debut album DNA.

Last night saw them walking out onto the stage at the Hammersmith Apollo to confront London’s notoriously tough crowd as part of their first headline tour. Famous as The X Factor’s first ever group to win the contest, their unity and charm, which gained them so many votes, instantly drew the crowd in. This is a girl group you want to be bessies with.

Chart-topper ‘Wings’ had screaming teenage girls standing on their seats and wiggling to the beats, while even the parents who had been dragged along couldn’t resist a shoulder shuffle or two. A mostly female crowd meant hairbrush-in-the-mirror moments were aplenty, with album tracks ‘How Ya Doin’?’ and ‘Red Planet’ allowing fans to mirror the girls’ on-stage sass.

A tribute to some of their favourite girl bands of pop years past resulted in a fine-tuned, finger-clicking medley of TLC’s ‘No Scrubs’, Destiny’s Child’s ‘Bootylicious’ and En Vogue’s ‘Don’t Let Go’ – with Little Mix playing their role as pop girl-fans by emulating their own idols.

It wasn’t all fairy lights and doe-eyed smiles though. “Everyone has a dark side,” the backdrop read, as the four-piece emerged on stage to perform their pop-noir hit ‘DNA’. Striking choreography, tight harmonies and sinister-sweet expressions reinforced their image as the fiercely polished pop vixens they have transformed into since The X Factor.

As the crowd chanted “Little Mix” before an encore of ‘Change Your Life’ and a reprise of ‘Wings’, the girls seemed genuinely humbled by the rapturous response. It’s lucky Little Mix seem to enjoy touring so much, because they’ve got the whole world to travel yet.

Rating: 4/5 stars

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DNA Tour Day 11: Little Mix perform at the Barbican Centre in York

Check out this review of Little Mix’s recent tour when it stopped at the Barbican Centre in York.

Little Mix bounced on to the Barbican stage in crop tops and jeans to be greeted by a mass of screaming fans awaiting their arrival. With slick dance moves and fabulous voices, the group were an instant hit!

They opened with We Are Who We Are and Perrie introduced the group with enthusiasm and a smile.

Throughout their performance, the girls, despite their newly-found fame and fortune, came across as very down to earth and seemed touched by the amount of support they were receiving.

Everyone loved the performance of Nicki Minaj’s Super Bass – Little Mix-style – before they slowed it down when singing Always Be Together where Jesy admitted the girls were like sisters to her.

While taking a quick break, a video played showing the girls’ friendship, personalities and humour, making it clear to the crowd that Perrie, Jesy, Leigh-Anne and Jade really are the best of friends.

The girls, full of energy and excitement, soon bounded back on to the stage in their second costume and the crowd were only too happy to sing along to the groups best known songs; Wings, DNA and Madhouse.

After the second costume change they performed a cover from one of their most popular X-Factor songs, Katy Perry’s E.T, before playing the medley of songs they created inspired by girl bands.

It’s hard to believe the band only rose to fame a year ago after being the first group ever to win X-Factor.

The girls then changed into their final costumes and sung their new single, Change Your Life, where they again thanked the crowd for coming, made a few shout outs to the audience and thanked their band.

They then asked: “Does anyone know the lyrics to wings?” A huge scream gave the answer Little Mix was hoping for as they burst into the chorus of their No1 hit single all over again!


DNA Tour Day 9 - Little Mix rock the stage & cause havoc in Wolverhampton (with pics!)

Little Mix rocked the stage in Wolverhampton on their ninth date at the Civic Hall. Images, videos and reviews below…



  • Check out the images from the DNA Tour in Wolves (05.02.2013) by clicking here
  • Check out images of Little Mix leaving the Civic Hall by clicking here
  • Check out images of Leighanne out and about recently by clicking here

  • Reviews

    Kicking off with the thumping track We Are Who We Are, the girls bounded onto the stage bursting with energy and enthusiasm. Dressed in denim and cropped tops they oozed youthful exuberance coupled with some nifty dance moves and, most importantly, absolutely cracking voices.

    As they rattled through their set the quality of their performance didn’t falter with Perrie, Jesy, Leigh-Anne and Jade each bringing something individual to the mix.

    They manage to combine a healthy dose of attitude with an innocence which even a year in relatively close proximity to Simon Cowell has so far failed to tarnish.

    Taking a breather to talk to the audience the girls thanked their fans for putting them “where they are now” and seemed genuinely slightly overwhelmed by the warmth of the reception they were getting.

    Before launching into Always Be Together, Jesy revealed she felt the other girls were “her sisters and her family”, while giant screens gave the audience a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the girls on tour. And some interview snippets giving insights into their favourite foods, shoes and pets were a sure-fire hit with their mainly young, female fans.

    With so far only one album, DNA, to take their material from the girls mixed it up a bit with a medley of songs from some of the performers they say inspired them, like Destiny’s Child and Nicki Minaj.

    And while some of their gentler tracks like Turn Your Face really let the girls show off their considerable vocal talents the crowd also proved to be in riotous voice with the more powerful Madhouse, Wings and Change Your Life.

    Little Mix may have been born out of a TV talent show but they are growing into a class act.

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