The global pop sensation, Little Mix, premiered the music video for their empowering new single “Shout Out To My Ex.” The girls released the single on Sunday night, straight after an electrifying X Factor UK performance that was trending on social media globally. Watch here

The video was shot in Almeria, Spain last month, in the middle of a desert used for classic western movies. Written by Little Mix, Camille Purcell, Iain James and Electric and produced by Electric, “Shout Out To My Ex” is the epitome of the word anthem. An empowering, in your face, break up song, with a killer chorus and bold lyrics, this track is sure to ignite pop fans worldwide.

The song shot straight to No.1 on iTunes in over 18 markets including the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Netherlands, Brazil, Denmark, Ireland, Sweden, Singapore, Argentina and Philippines. The song cracked the top 10 on the U.S. iTunes pop chart and also hit Top 10 on iTunes in over 46 countries.

The track is the first single to be taken from their upcoming fourth album, Glory Days released November 18th, available for pre-order now.  The Deluxe Edition of the album includes the ‘Get Weird’ concert film recorded at Wembley Arena earlier this year.

Little Mix will join Ariana Grande on her upcoming North American Dangerous Woman Tour in 2017. The 36-city tour kicks off on February 2, 2017 in Phoenix, AZ and includes stops in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago and more. For ticket information, please visit here.

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