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We might know the title of Little Mix’s next single as well as other new tracks from ‘Get Weird’.

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As soon as Little Mix’s ‘Get Weird’ album was available for pre-order, we ran right over to iTunes hoping to find a shiny new tracklist to fantasise over. “I wonder what this song sounds like? Ooh, we wonder what that means?” You know the drill. So you can imagine the devastation we felt when the page finally loaded and we were greeted with this.

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Yes Jesy, that was exactly our reaction.
Yes Jesy, that was exactly our reaction.

But fear not Mixers, even though we may not have the FULL ‘Get Weird’ tracklist, we may have just stumbled across a few of the track titles and we may even have a clue about Little Mix’s brand new single.

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So, to put you out of your misery, we think Little Mix’s eleventh (yes, we’re already on single number eleven) will be named… ‘Love Me Like You’.

But how do we know this? Well somebody’s written an article about it. “The vintage, Motown-era ballad ‘Love Me Like You’ (a likely second single) – does that thing that all great pop songs do; borrows from current trends.”

It’s also being hailed as ‘Black Heart’ 2.0. Erm, yes please.

The Jess Glynne collaboration that the girls have been teasing in video diaries is apparently called ‘Grown‘ and it doesn’t haven’t a proper chorus, just a beat drop.

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And where on Earth did that album title come from? Probably the “pure 80s” track ‘Weird People’.

It’s also been previously reported that other tracks featured on the album include ‘Secret Love Song‘, ‘Lightning‘, ‘I Won’t‘, ‘Hair‘, ‘Go On‘, and ‘Clued Up‘.

Just when we thought we couldn’t get any more excited…

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