Little Mix Want "More R&B' Sound On Follow-Up To 2012 Debut Album 'DNA'
15 March 2013, 14:28 | Updated: 20 March 2013, 12:28
The 'Change Your Life' four-piece are starting writing new music for their next album.
Little Mix have revealed their second album will be "more R&B' than their 2012 debut 'DNA' and say they will be starting work on the record very soon.
The X Factor 2011 winners have achieved huge success over the past year with singles like 'Wings' and 'Change Your Life', but say they want to refine their sound for their next album.
"We're starting the second album soon," Little Mix star Jade Thirlwall revealed to Digital Spy this week. "It's come round so quickly!
The 'Wings' singer said the four girls were happy they managed to get such a variety of sounds on their debut album album 'DNA', but says they want to reel that in for their second studio outing.
"I personally want to put a lot more dancey stuff in there," Jesy Nelson explained. "As in, one of the songs that comes on in a club that makes you want to dance.
"Not that David Guetta sound, but more R&B, a bit like Eve and Gwen Stefani's 'Let Me Blow Your Mind'," she added.
Check out a picture of Little Mix on the red carpet of the BRIT Awards 2013 last month below (Credit: PA):
The four-piece band revealed they will start writing for the new album as soon as they head over to America later this year to promote 'Wings' as their first US single.
Little Mix were recently added to the line-up of Isle Of Wight Festival 2013 alongside acts like The Script and Rizzle Kicks.