British girl group Little Mix appeared on ITV's Weekend on Saturday July 18 to perform an acoustic rendition of their latest single, "Black Magic," and the performance was purely spellbinding.

The foursome, looking super cute in summery, mixed-print bohemian outfits perfect for either weekend brunching or promotional TV spots, appeared on the early morning show to enchant viewers with a stripped-down version of the witchy hit song. Backed only by their guitarist Curtis, the Little ladies harmonized sweetly with one another through the rendition, Leigh-Ann giving a particularly impressive and on-point vocal performance during her solo parts.

The upbeat pop track was released digitally on July 10, though its accompanying The Craft-inspired music video was released back in late May on Vevo. Impressively, the catchy single skyrocketed to No. 1 in the U.K. on Friday, marking the girls' third number 1 single after 2011's "Cannonball" and 2012's "Wings." "Black Magic" is the first single off their forthcoming third album, Get Weird, and has so far achieved sales upward of 113,000, as well as 1.19 million digital streams.

And it looks like Little Mix might have some real magical abilities of their own—the group was the first girl group to ever win the X Factor, and their debut album debuted at No. 4, surpassing the iconic Spice Girls, who previously held the record.

Let's hope the girls' magic lasts. Their third album is due out November 6 via Syco and Columbia Records.

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