Little Mix have developed their sound for their third album 'Get Weird' and say their new songs are more mature and a bit ''naughty''.
Little Mix have sexed up their third album.
The girl group's upcoming LP 'Get Weird' is packed with raunchy songs that discuss bedding boys and some tracks had to be censored to take out the explicit lyrics before they made the final cut.
Perrie Edwards admits one song in particular left her dad embarrassed.
She said: '''A.D.I.D.A.S' is the most shocking one I think. It stands for 'All Day I Dream About Sex With You', but it's a 'shush' now.
''Literally when my dad heard it he was like, 'No, girls turn it off.' I said, 'Dad I'm sorry we are going to change it, it's just a demo.' ''
The girls' next single from the record was influenced by Motown but Jesy Nelson says originally the lines in it were ''naughty'' and had to be altered.
Speaking to The Daily Star newspaper, Jesy Neslon, 24, said: '''Love Me Like You' was originally 'F**K Me Like You', because that's what the song is about. But we had to censor it because it was too naughty!
''So we changed it to love me. I mean imagine us singing that? The only person who can get away with that is Rihanna!''
Meanwhile, designer Stella Mccartney has agreed to dress band and Leigh-Anne Pinnock thinks with their new look and more mature album, the group - which also contains Jade Thirlwall - will gain older fans.
She added: ''I feel 'Love Me Like You' is going to gain us a slightly older audience, it's all our friends' favourite song. We've never done something like it before.
''But we like challenging ourselves and to keep it fresh.''
'Get Weird' is out November 6 through Syco Music.
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