In case we haven't already told you approximately 6784 times, we're well excited for Little Mix's fourth album to be unleashed on our eardrums. Perrie Edwards has already spilled a fair few secrets about it (it's a lot more 'cool-sounding,' apparently); and now Jesy Nelson's teased the first single to be taken from it.
Yup - we're getting a 'happy heartbreak song' which, just FYI, doesn't necessarily mean it's about any specific breakup that's happened and by no means suggests there's any 'dissing' of exes going on. Soz, tabloid-types.
Chatting to The Sun, Jesy revealed: "I think it's always easier to write about your experiences through music because more people can relate to them anyway.
"It is a lot more mature, this album. There's a lot of things that have been said that perhaps nobody has heard yet, if you know what I mean."
Asked if fans will know who (or what) the girls are talking about in the new tracks, Jesy added: "I think it's pretty obvious. I think all the songs are very relatable to girls, and our fan base in general."
Explaining that the album's about their experiences of love and loss over the past year or so, Jade said: "We're going through different things. Some of us have gone through heartbreak while others of us have found love. I think it's a very positive album."
Jesy then piped up: "I love what the first song is about. I love that the first song is like a happy heartbreak song. It's not about being down, it's all about being like, 'Yeah!'"
So there you go.