Little Mix get WET and WILD in their new country-themed music video for ‘No More Sad So

“No More Sad Songs” is the girls’ new pop banger featuring Machine Gun Kelly and their video is a little bit country.

Little Mix rock up to a dive bar in bottomless chaps, hotpants and bikini tops to line-dance with the hot punters.

When they jump on the bar and start squirting each other and the crowd with water it really looked like a scene from Coyote Ugly.

The song is the third single to be taken from their double platinum album Glory Days and was written by Electric (Black Magic, Shout Out To My Ex), Emily Warren (Chainsmokers ‘Don’t Let Me Down’) and Tash Phillips.

The song was re-produced by Electric to include a verse and some ad-libs from Machine Gun Kelly, who also appears in the music video.

He recently dominated the US charts with “Bad Things” featuing ex-Fifth Harmony star Camila Cabello.

Little Mix are riding high f the back their BRITs success after picking up Best British Single last month and earning praise from their performance “Touch” on The Late Late Show with James Corden this week.

Jade Thirlwall, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Perrie Edwards are currently on Ariana Grande’s North American tour.

Little Mix will be touring the UK this summer – here are the tour dates and where to get tickets:

  • May 21st Tranmere Rovers FC Stadium Wirral live
  • May 28th Radio 1’s Big Weekend Hull 
  • Jun 23rd NewMarket Racecourses NewMarket
  • Jun 24th Kingsholm Rugby Club Gloucester
  • Jun 25th Harlequins The Twickenham Stoop Twickenham
  • Jun 29th Slessor Gardens Dundee
  • Jun 30th Royal Highland Centre Edinburgh
  • Jul 1st Donington Park Racetrack Donington
  • Jul 6th Open Air Theatre Scarborough
  • Jul 7th Greenwich Music Time, The Old Royal Naval College London
  • Jul 8th Eirlas Stadium Colwyn bay
  • Jul 9th Ageas Bowl Southampton
  • Jul 13th Caldicot Castle Monmouthshire
  • Jul 14th Powderham Castle Exeter
  • Jul 15th County Cricket Club, Emirates Riverside Durham
  • Jul 16th Bitts Park, Carlisle Cumbria
  • Sep 1st South England Showground, Ardingley West Sussex
  • Sep 3rd Earlham Park, Norwich Norfolk
  • Oct 9th Aberdeen GE Oil and Gas Arena Aberdeen
  • Oct 10th Aberdeen GE Oil and Gas Arena Aberdeen
  • Oct 11th Newcastle Metro Radio Newcastle
  • Oct 13th Birmingham Genting Arena Birmingham
  • Oct 14th Leeds First Direct Arena – Evening Show Leeds
  • Oct 14th Leeds First Direct Arena – Matinee Show Leeds
  • Oct 16th Liverpool Echo Arena Liverpool
  • Oct 17th Sheffield Arena Sheffield
  • Oct 19th Glasgow Hydro Arena Glasgow
  • Oct 20th Manchester Arena Manchester
  • Oct 26th London O2 Arena London
  • Oct 27th Sheffield Arena Sheffield
  • Oct 28th Sheffield Arena Sheffield
  • Oct 30th Cardiff Arena Cardiff
  • Oct 31st Cardiff Arena Cardiff
  • Nov 1st Liverpool Echo Arena Liverpool
  • Nov 3rd Newcastle Metro Radio – Evening Show Newcastle
  • Nov 4th Newcastle Metro Radio – Matinee Newcastle
  • Nov 4th Newcastle Metro Radio – Evening Show Newcastle
  • Nov 6th Dublin 3Arena Dublin, Ireland
  • Nov 7th The SSE Arena Belfast Belfast
  • Nov 8th The SSE Arena Belfast Belfast
  • Nov 10th Glasgow Hydro Glasgow
  • Nov 11th Glasgow Hydro Arena – Matinee Glasgow
  • Nov 11th Glasgow Hydro Arena – Evening Show Glasgow
  • Nov 13th Leeds First Direct Arena Leeds
  • Nov 14th Motorpoint Arena Nottingham Nottingham
  • Nov 15th Motorpoint Arena Nottingham Nottingham
  • Nov 17th Birmingham Genting Arena – Evening Show Birmingham
  • Nov 18th Birmingham Genting Arena – Matinee Birmingham
  • Nov 18th Birmingham Genting Arena – Evening Show Birmingham
  • Nov 20th Liverpool Arena Liverpool
  • Nov 21st Manchester Arena Manchester
  • Nov 22nd Manchester Arena Manchester
  • Nov 25th London O2 Arena (Matinee) London
  • Nov 25th London O2 Arena (Evening Show) London
  • Nov 26th The O2 London (Evening Show) London
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