Little Mix’s ‘Bounce Back’ Video Is a Gloriously Glossy Early 2000s Throwback: Watch
Little Mix are back — bounced back, to be precise. The British girl group debuted their glossy music video for new single "Bounce Back" Friday (June 14), and — both in sound and visuals — it's a delicious love letter to early 2000s pop and R&B.
On "Bounce Back," Little Mix deliver one of the strongest, catchiest and most undeniable hits of their career, playing homage to their '90s and 2000s girl group roots.
Featuring a glorious sample of Soul II Soul's 1989 house hit "Back to Life (However Do You Want Me)," the Stargate- and Swiff D-produced track finds members Jesy Nelson, Perrie Edwards, Jade Thirlwall and Leigh-Anne Pinnock dipping into the sort of slick, hook-friendly R&B rhinestone pop of groups like TLC, Blaque and Destiny's Child.
Meanwhile, the colorful clip sees the harmonious foursome play literal dolls as they throw a raging party in a little girl's dollhouse. (Think Aqua's "Barbie Girl" meets *NSYNC's "Bye Bye Bye.")
Watch Little Mix's "Bounce Back" video, below: