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Album Review

Ever since winning Britain's The X Factor in 2011, Little Mix have carved out a potent niche in the girl group pop market. While they certainly play well next to their similarly inclined contemporaries, they've ably set themselves apart from the post-Beyoncé pack by focusing on songs that straddle the line between retro-soul and modern bubblegum pop, while also showcasing their soulful, highly resonant vocal chops and saucy group chemistry. Their fourth studio album, 2016's Glory Days, is no exception and finds the group delivering a set of hooky, smartly crafted songs that balance swaggering, '60s-style R&B with stylish, electronic-tinged dance-pop. Produced by the duo of Henrik Barman Michelsen and Edvard Førre Erfjord, aka Electric, Glory Days is a robust, soulful album that makes the most of Little Mix's multi-voiced approach to pop. As on previous efforts, showcased here are Little Mix vocalists Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, and Jade Thirlwall. Together, they come off like a spunky, millennial version of '90s divas En Vogue crossed with Shakira. The comparison works especially nicely when considering the album's more dynamic offerings, like the anthemic, Mumford & Sons-ish "Shout Out to My Ex," the synthy, salsa-inflected "Touch," and the rousing, brass band-accented "You Gotta Not." These are catchy, deeply rhythmic songs, arranged with a mix of horns, guitars, and keyboards and also benefiting from the group's added layer of empowered, female-positive lyrics. Elsewhere, Little Mix strike a cheeky, classic girl group stance on the '60s-sounding "F.U." and the equally retro-leaning, Brill Building-esque "Oops," featuring Charlie Puth. Also compelling is the way the group infuses the EDM-influenced cuts like "Down & Dirty" and the soaring, synth-heavy "Nothing Else Matters" with a enough believably emotional vocal grit to keep things from getting too slick. Ultimately, Little Mix's vocal grit and sassy group chemistry make Glory Days such a celebratory album.

Customer Reviews

OMG!!

Can't wait until it arrives love get weird by little mix sooo excited!!

Very Little Mix

An album of pop cliches smothered in a layer of out of date yoghurt. Basically terrible.

😍😍😍😍😍😍

Obviously going to be the best album of 2016! Can't wait to hear the new music💅🏻😍💗👭Not long till we hear SOTME now!!!

Biography

Formed: 2011 in London, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '10s

Initially surpassing the achievements of One Direction and JLS by becoming the first group to win The X Factor in the U.K., four-piece girl band Little Mix were one of the few success stories to emerge from the competition's underperforming and controversial eighth season. Jade Thirlwall (who had auditioned for two previous series) and Perrie Edwards (both from South Shields), Jesy Nelson (from Romford, East London), and Leigh-Anne Pinnock (from High Wycombe) had all originally auditioned as solo...
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  • £8.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Teen Pop, Rock, Dance
  • Released: 18 November 2016

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