Little Mix’s management is reported to have launched an investigation after the band’s debut single trio leaked online.
Perrie Edwards, Leigh-Ann Pinnock, and Jade Thirlwall are known to have collaborated with David Guetta to record the first track after Jesy Nelson decided to leave the band last year.
The song called Heartbreak Anthem is known to feature the electronic duo Two Gallants.
Jade (age 28), Leigh-Ann (age 29), and Perrie (age 27) are known to sing after parting on the track, and the music video will be filmed in the coming weeks.
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However, it was reported that this song was leaked online, which led management to investigate how the leak occurred.
One source told The Daily Star: “Little Mix’s management is investigating how this song appeared online for an urgent issue.
“Heartbreak Anthem looks like a sweet pop cola with David Guetta and Galantis. It gives off the mood for 2011.
“The artist doesn’t want his music to leak out ahead of the release, but it’s even more disappointing because it’s the first single on Little Mix without Jesy.”
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Earlier this month, the band had to postpone the tour again due to an ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The tour was originally planned for 2020 but is currently scheduled to open in 2022.
The trio goes on tour without Jesy for the first time after announcing their decision to leave the band in December.
On her Instagram page, after sharing her decision to take a longer break from the band, she said: “For all my mixers, the last nine years at Little Mix have been the most amazing time of my life.
“We have accomplished what I thought was impossible. From winning the first Brit Award to a sold out show at O2.
“Making friends and fans all over the world can’t be deeply appreciated for making me feel like the luckiest girl in the world.
“The truth is, the fact that I’m in a band recently hit my mental health a lot.
“The constant pressure to belong to a girl group and live up to expectations is very difficult.
“The time has come for us to reinvest in taking care of ourselves rather than focusing on making others happy, and now is the time to be the process.”
She said: “So, after much thought, we announce that we are leaving Little Mix with a heavy heart.”