Little Mix's tearjerker ballad
Little Mix star Jade Thirlwall's mother was moved to tears by ballad Always Be Together' from their debut album
This article is from 2012.
Little Mix have moved people to tears with a track from their debut album.
The band's Jade Thirlwall said weepy new ballad 'Always Be Together' struck a chord with her mother when she played it to her for the first time.
She said: "My mum got upset listening to it because she said it could be played at funerals."
Her bandmate Perrie Edwards, 19, added to the Daily Star newspaper: "It's a ballad about love, friendship, losing someone, anyone can relate to it."
However, the group's debut, 'DNA', isn't all tearjerkers, and the band - which also includes Jesy Nelson, 21, and Leigh-Anne Pinnock, 21 - say the album "reflects how versatile" they are.
Speaking of recent single, title track 'DNA', Leigh-Anne said: "This song is more about playing a character. We got a bit carried away in the video. We didn't hold back, we took it to the extreme."
The band have even recorded a song for their "older audience" in 'How Ya Doin?'
Jade, 19, said: "There's a bit of 80s band Curiosity Killed The Cat in there. We wanted to do something old school for the older audience, our parents can recognise it."