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20 March 2013, 12:34
The 'DNA' four-piece are now in the US to promote their debut album ahead of its release.
Little Mix have started their bid to crack America after arriving stateside, admitting they have been "overwhelmed" by the support of their US fans so far.
The 'Change Your Life' four-piece flew out to the US this month to begin promoting their debut album over there, and have been performing at radio stations across the country after releasing 'Wings' as their first US single.
"Incredible day… I'm so overwhelmed by how welcoming our US mixers have been!" Leigh-Anne Pinnock tweeted this week. "Can't wait to meet all our other mixers around the world! Leigh."
Leigh-Anne, Jesy, Jade and Perrie got the week off to a good start with a well received acoustic performance of their song 'Going Nowhere' during a promotional visit to Connecticut.
Check out a picture of Little Mix star Perrie Edwards out in New York City this week below (Credit: Splash):
This week the band also revealed plans to start work on their second album over the coming months, promising a more R&B sound to their follow-up record.
Little Mix are expected to release debut album 'DNA' in America on 28th May.
Watch Little Mix performing an acoustic version of 'Going Nowhere' below: