LM5 is the fifth studio album by British girl group Little Mix, released on 16 November 2018. The album's title, artwork and release date were revealed on 15 October 2018 through the group's social media.
Image caption LM5 may be obvious but there's more than meets the eye with the title. When your favourite artist is hinting at new music, finding out the name of a new album is a pretty big deal.
Little Mix have spent the last year writing and recording the album with an A-List cast of writers and producers such as Ed Sheeran, Jess Glynne, Steve Mac, Camille Purcell, MNEK and Timbaland. The standard version of the album contains 14 tracks including current global hit single ‘Woman Like Me’ featuring Nicki Minaj, ‘Joan Of Arc’, ‘Told You So’, ‘The Cure’ and female empowerment anthem ‘Strip’. Watch the powerful video for ‘Strip’ below.
Check out the LM5 album art and Twitter announcement below. We love how you’ve named each of our eras over the years. We’ve worked so hard on this, we are so proud & can honestly say this is our favourite album to date. The girls x pi. witter.
Released in 2018, the aptly titled LM5 feels like the apotheosis of this journey, and once again presents the group as an empowered pop force to be reckoned with. For the first time, all four Little Mix members - Jade Thirlwall, Perrie Edwards, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, and Jesy Nelson - are listed as executive producers, which further supports the notion that LM5 is a more fully realized representation of the group
British girl group Little Mix is back with its fifth studio album, LM. In a recent interview with Noisey, Little Mix described LM5 as the album it has always wanted to make. We haven’t written anything that’s too controversial before, and now we’re starting to write things that are slightly more honest, group member Jade Thirlwall said. We want to be a bit more ballsy and say, ‘Yeah, it is hard to be a woman. Check out all the lyrics to Little Mix's 'LM5' below: 1. The National Manthem 2. Woman Like Me feat.
You wonder if it will prompt a rethink of this approach . This article was amended on 16 November 2018 to note that Little Mix’s album Glory Days had spent 89 weeks in the UK Top 40 to date, not 69 weeks in the British chart as stated in an earlier version.
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