Not content with releasing a thirteen track album earlier in the month, filming their own TV show and hosting the EMA's, Little Mix have decided to team up with DJ/Producer Nathan Dawe for another new single, 'No Time For Tears'. This time around Jesy, Jade, Perrie and Leigh-Anne join Nathan Dawe to produce a floor filling banger.
You can almost see the neon Day-Glo costumes, pork pie hats and glow sticks from the song's get go. This is a festival dance tent must and a certain late night anthem in the making. The high octane dance beat coupled with the four female vocals works a treat and delivers up something vaguely reminiscent of Clean Bandit.
Nathan Dawe, who earlier this year scored a number three hit with KSI on 'Lighter', has once again worked his magic here with Little Mix. The upbeat, vocoder enhanced vocal track sits in the groove of the pumping club tune beautifully. The classic dance track combo of snare lead percussion and piano or keyboard accompaniment is forever a winning formula.
Little Mix are telling it as it is throughout the song, they've got no time to dwell on the past, they're moving on and they ain't going back. "I don’t need your sorry, this ain’t a pity party. I’m not tryna be funny, but I ain’t got the time babe."
No one's going to kill their vibe and no one's going to argue with vibe created by both themselves and Nathan Dawe, it's an irresistible win, win for both parties.
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