Broken hearted? Give Little Mix's new album Glory Days a spin (with a pint of Neapolitan ice cream).
Some of the best music comes from heartbreak, which is the clear theme running through the Get Weird followup. In songs like "Shout Out To My Ex," "F.U." and "Oops" featuring Charlie Puth, there's an unsettling sense of 'what's next?' for the girls.
“Honestly, I think we poured our hearts and souls into this album, so it’s a very kind of love and heartbreak album, but we’re just really passionate about it,” Perrie Edwards told PopCrush.com.
“I think when you go through a breakup, the first initial thing you do is put on music,” Perrie said. “I think everyone can relate to music. It doesn’t matter who you are in the world, where you are in the world. Your initial reaction is to listen to really sad songs and get upset and get emotional. But I feel like we’re kind of missing that anthemic, I don’t really care anymore song that makes you feel amazing and makes you feel empowered and it’s inspirational. And everybody in the world can relate to it, because everybody’s got an ex, and everybody needs a little pick me up I think, which is nice, so that’s why we did it. We want everybody to feel great about themselves.”