Little Mix always tend to come up with some really cool concepts for their music videos. For the video for their latest single “Break Up Song” the girls decided to do an 80s-inspired TV station called LMTV. The video shows Leigh-Anne Pinnock as a news anchor, Jesy Nelson as a weather girl, Perrie Edwards as an aerobics instructor and Jade Thirlwall as a psychic.
The girls had announced on Instagram when they released the video that — unfortunately, due to the coronavirus pandemic — they were forced to cancel their video shoot. The band didn’t want their fans to miss out on seeing their vision for the video so they had to get creative when bringing it to life.
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THE BREAK UP SONG VIDEO IS OUT NOW 💔 We were so gutted to have to cancel the official video shoot that ourselves and our team had worked so hard on. We loved the concept so much that we had to get creative to make sure you could still all see it! Hope you like it as much as we do #LMTV
The video for “Break Up Song” features cute animated versions of the girls to show what would have been real footage if the girls were able to do an in-person video shoot. In between the animated clips, we see the four ladies all dressed up in fun 80s attire, jamming out from the comfort of their own homes. Considering the difficult circumstances the girls were under to make this video, the outcome was very impressive.
“Break Up Song” is the lead single off of Little Mix’s upcoming sixth studio album. We can’t wait to hear what else the girls have up their sleeves for the rest of the upcoming project. In the meantime, check out the video for “Break Up Song” down below and leave a comment to let us know your thoughts.
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