Little Mix hope new album resonates with LGBTQ fans

Little Mix hope new album resonates with LGBTQ fans

Little Mix wanted to speak to their LBGTQ fan base through their latest album.

The girl band - consisting of Jade Thirlwall, Perrie Edwards, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jesy Nelson - are gearing up to release their fifth studio album, LM5, next month (Nov18).

Opening up about the content, Jade has shared that she hopes the new music will resonate with a wide audience.

"We definitely had our LGBTQ fan base in mind when writing this album," the 25-year-old explained in an interview with Britain's Star magazine. "There are a couple of songs on there that are about loving yourself and there are a few references to being gay."

Little Mix have long been supporters of the gay community and even performed at iconic London nightclub G-A-Y. Jade went on to insist that it is "an honour" to have such a large following, and loves meeting the fans in person.

"Whenever I go on a gay night out, I tend to get a bit swamped, but everyone's lovely," she smiled. "It's really nice. It's like being around family and I think that's why I've sort of been drawn to that community a lot."

The four-piece also sought to represent and celebrate womanhood via LM5, kicking off the new record with a single called Woman Like Me in collaboration with rapper Nicki Minaj.

Leigh-Anne added that Little Mix lapped up an opportunity to be "more ballsy" with their lyrics.

"I think it's exciting that we've got an all-female album with female collaborations. It's very much girl power," she smiled.