Little Mix Promise More "Mature" New Album: "We Want To Keep The Uplifting Message"

11 July 2013, 11:51

The 'How Ya Doin?' four-piece say they are now writing and recording their follow-up to 'DNA'.

Little Mix have promise a more "mature" sound for their second studio album while still retaining the overall uplifting message of their debut.

The 'Wings' four-piece arrived with first record 'DNA' in November last year to huge success and are already stating to pen tracks for their second studio outing.

"We're so proud of the DNA album. We don't want to let it go, but we've had a bit of fun," Little Mix's Jade Thirlwall told MTV News this week. "We've literally only just started writing and stuff. 

"I think we probably might mature slightly for this album, but we want to keep the kind of uplifting message we had on the last one," she explained, while Leigh-Anne Pinnock added: "We're just gonna make it better, step it up."

Check out a picture of Little Mix at a fan signing event in the US below:

The band launched 'DNA' in the US in May to huge success after reaching the top five on the US Billboard Top 200 album chart.

"Like Jade said we want it to be a little more mature 'cause we feel like our fans grow with us," fellow band member Jesy Nelson added. "We don't know yet. We're literally in the first stage of it, but we know when we have a hit."

Little Mix star Jesy was forced to confirm she is still single last month after several tabloid reports linked her to Loveable Rogues star Eddie Brett.