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17 January 2014, 10:24
The 'Little Me' four-piece say they have tried to create a unique sound that people identify with them.
Little Mix have opened up about what makes them unique as a pop group, as well as how they are maturing alongside their fan base.
The 'Move' band are set to release a cover of 'Word Up' in March as a charity single, and say their sound is all about powerful vocal harmonies.
"Our main thing is our vocal harmonies and as soon as people hear a song, no matter what genre it is, they know it's Little Mix because of the way our voices come together and the little things we do," Leigh-Anne Pinnock revealed to Fault magazine. "We love having brass in our songs and this album ['Salute'] has quite a military theme going through it.
"We are maturing and we want our fan base to mature with us, we want to widen our fan base," Perrie Edwards added. "As an artist, you always want to take one step furtherr, gain more and get bigger."
Little Mix's cover of 'Word Up' is available to pre-order now and will be released on 16th March.