Little Mix is gearing up to release their follow-up album to the criminally underrated (and under-promoted) Salute, and after the success of the insanely catchy "Black Magic" they're ready to impact radio again with their upcoming single "Love Me Like You."

The girl group posted a short teaser clip of the upcoming single on Twitter earlier today (September 18). And while it's only 14 seconds long, "Love Me Like You" sounds like a fun, throwback homage to the Motown-era girl groups far preceding Little Mix.

The group also posted the same clip to Instagram and wrote, "It might not be Thursday but we throwing it wayyyy back and bringing you some retro vibes with the FIRST snippet of #LoveMeLikeYou. We hope you LOVE it!!!”

So far so good, Little Mix.

They've also been teasing the music video for the single, which appears to have been rendered entirely in 8-bit graphics, like an old-school video game. Little Mix posted an image to Instagram of a very pixelated cartoon Leigh-Anne, writing, "Now that you've heard a bit of 'Love Me Like You'…we're giving you another #LittleMix8Bit today in the form of the lovely Leigh-Anne! What do you think the video is going to be like?"

Get Weird is set for a November 6 release date — which feels painfully far away, but "Love Me Like You" drops on September 25. We'll keep the above clip on repeat in the meantime.

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