Little Mix Doesn't Need Men on Feminist Anthem 'Joan of Arc'
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The club banger finds the quartet singing about how they can stand by themselves without needing a man's help.

AceShowbiz - Little Mix is really celebrating girl power through their new album "LM5". After their Nicki Minaj-assisted "Woman Like Me", the British girl group unearthed another feminist anthem entitled "Joan of Arc" on Thursday, November 1.

The club banger finds the quartet singing about how they can stand by themselves without needing a man's help. In fact, they prefer if the men around them don't meddle with their business. Perrie Edwards and her bandmates also make references to strong female figures such as Cleopatra and Queen of Hearts.

"Man, I feel like Cleopatra, Joan of Arc, Queen of Hearts, yeah/ Tonight it's only me that matters/ Oh you on that feminist tip?/ Hell yeah, I am!" Perrie and Jade Thirlwall sing, before Jesy Nelson takes over, "I don't need a man/ If I'm loving you it's cause I can/ I don't want your cash/ I put my own rock on my hand."

Prior to releasing the song, Little Mix has previously teased the music video for the song. In a clip which was shared on Twitter, the filtered clip showed the girls belting out the track against a variety of backdrop, including a rose one. It's unclear when the visuals will be released for viewing pleasure.

Besides "Joan of Arc" and "Woman Like Me", "LM5" will feature other songs such as "Told You So", "More Than Words" featuring Kamille and "Monster in Me". Set to hit the shelves on November 16, the effort will have three different editions: a standard 14-track edition, a deluxe edition with four exclusive tracks and a super deluxe edition which includes all 18 tracks and memorabilia.

In support of the new album, Little Mix will embark on a U.K. tour next year. The trek will kick off on October 10 in Dublin and include stops in London, Liverpool and Newcastle. It is set to conclude on November 19 in Leeds.

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