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Little Mix blends ‘Sweet Melody’

This November, the world’s biggest girl band Little Mix serves another slice of its Confetti album with the release of the brand new single “Sweet Melody.”

This November, the world’s biggest girl band Little Mix serves another slice of its Confetti album with the release of the brand new single “Sweet Melody.”
Little Mix has released ‘Sweet Melody,’ another break-up song from the group’s forthcoming album ‘Confetti,’ which is set to drop this Fall.
Co-written by Ariana collaborator Tayla Parx, and co-produced by No.1 hitmaker MNEK, “Sweet Melody” is a pulsating and infectious pop song emblazoned with gigantic harmonies and a driving rhythm. 

Group members Jade, Perrie, Leigh-Anne, and Jesy have been working on the album for the last year, perfecting a collection of thirteen solid gold pop songs that showcase their sensational talent for creating music that crosses generations.

Confetti sees the band team up with the cream of current pop creators including Tayla Parx and MNEK, pop supremos TMS and long-time collaborator Kamille.

Little Mix has established itself as the world’s biggest girl band - it has sold over 50 million records worldwide, collected over 18 million Spotify listeners, received over 3 billion YouTube views, and collated 12 billion streams worldwide.  

The previous witnessed the band win its second Brit Award – for Best British Video for “Woman Like Me,” and perform the same song live at the ceremony. The group also won two Global Awards for Best Group and Best Song, followed by its 4th EMA Award for Best UK and Ireland Act. 

This year’s Top 10 hit “Break Up Song” has so far been streamed 75 million times and incredibly became their 15th UK Official Charts Top 10 hit with 300,000 UK sales. This November will see the band both perform at and host the 2020 MTV EMA’s.

Topics: Little Mix , “Sweet Melody" , Tayla Parx , Jade , Perrie , Leigh-Anne ,  Jesy
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