AceShowbiz - Despite the drama that Little Mix faces after parting ways with their record label, they make sure that it won't hinder the release of their new music. The British girl group unearthed a new song entitled "The Cure" on Tuesday, November 13.
Similar to their previous releases, "The Cure" is a female empowerment anthem which talks about finding your own confidence back after getting lost and hurt. "And this freedom I found is worth a million o' you now/ And I'm puttin' all my troubles behind me," Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall sing together. "I only need my heart to guide me."
"The Cure" is the fourth track that Little Mix offered before unveiling their highly-anticipated album "LM5" on Friday, November 16. They performed the song for the first time at the Apple Music Presents: Little Mix event on November 13 in London, England. Fans have also been treated to other female anthems such as Nicki Minaj-assisted "Woman Like Me", "Joan of Arc" and "Told You So".
Described as honest, mature and "the album they've always wanted to make," the album will come out in three different versions. The standard version will include fourteen songs, while the deluxe version will come with four extra songs, pictures and a hardback CD book. Finally, the super deluxe include extra pictures and handwritten notes.
Little Mix recently parted ways with Simon Cowell's Syco Music after seven years. Sources previously said that the reason behind the end of their partnership was because Little Mix and Simon fell out over several issues related to their album, but the latter has denied the report.
"Everyone's like, 'There must have been something massive and that's why it collapsed.' Well, I can show you all the correspondence between me and the girls over the years, there's never been an instance when we've fallen out," he said. "As I said in my email to them, I stand by the fact they are the hardest working bunch of girls I've ever worked with. They deserve everything they've got."