Little Mix – ‘Glory Days’ (Album Review)

Little Mix – ‘Glory Days’ (Album Review)

Our favourite British gal group, Little Mix have dropped their latest EP and it is pure pop perfection.

It is rare these days for pop girls to deliver a shameless pop banger album but Little Mix truly embrace and own it.

Filled with dance tracks, pop anthems and ballads ‘Glory Days’ explores heartbreak, feminism, love and more.

True dance anthems include “Private Show”, break-up anthem “Shout Out To My Ex” and “Touch,” which will have you wanting to break out in a sweat and embrace your prowess at a club or living room. You may also get down and a little sexual with both “Private Show” and “Beep Beep”… just saying.

Another note-worthy track is “Down & Dirty” as it highlights the girls being feminist queens, oozing both confidence and attitude.

While they express power as females on the above track, the girls also take a moment to get emotional and lovey dovey with stunning tracks like “Your Love”, “No More Sad Song” and “Nobody Like You”.

Can we also please stop associating every song with Zayn? Give the guy a break and just love the music for what it is. Stop the drama, start the music and so on…

Best Tracks: Touch, Down & Dirty, Power, Your Love, Nobody Like You, No More Sad Songs, Private Show, Beep Beep.

Overall Rating: 9/10

Syco Music

Words: Shahbaz Malik