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Little Mix Is Coming Up With A New Single, Cryptic Clues Suggest

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Former X Factor Champions, Little Mix, have been leaving out hints about a potential new song, prompting fans to put on their detective hats and decode the baffling clues. For several days now, Little Mix band members have been leaving out cryptic social media posts causing fans to speculate that the British dance-pop quartet is coming up with the new song. While the theory was initially only speculative, today, the official Little Mix Twitter handle subtly teased an unheard lyric that affirmed that new music was on its way.

The latest alleged lyric tweeted by the Little Mix handle has gelled together all the hints that the band has dropped over the past months. Reading ‘Touch me like the summer night’, Little Mix’s suspicious Twitter caption has set forth a wave of hype across social media. Fans who have been anticipating a new song from the popular musicians have eagerly established that their notion wasn’t misplaced, and now they have set off on a major Twitter PR drive to keep Little Mix trending, in order to ensure that their new song becomes a hit the minute as it releases.

Previously too, Little Mix has posted several nuanced lyrics from a prospective new song to social media. In one instance, fans discovered a hidden lyric ‘You put the sun up in my sky’ in Little Mix’s Instagram story. While on another occasion, fans unravelled a lyric by decoding a Little Mix Twitter post which read, ‘We’re just dancing the night away’.

A fan summarised all the clues and put them together to demonstrate what a new sing could look like.

 "'We're just dancing the night away', 'I've been looking for the feeling', 'You put the sun up in my sky' LITTLE MIX NEW SINGLE is coming!" he said.

Little Mix had surged to popularity after winning 'The X Factor' back in 2011. Currently, they consist of members Jade Thirlwall, Perrie Edwards, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jesy Nelson