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Little Mix Have Their Men On Leashes In 'Salute': Watch Now

British girl group send a call to arms to all women in their latest clip.

Little Mix are looking for recruits, but a fair warning: they run a tight ship. Like, human-leashes tight.

The British girl group just premiered their video for Salute," and to use the word "fierce" wouldn't quite do it justice.

Starting off with a slightly sinister and rather sexy spin of the "Taps" military, the clip takes the army commands "attention" and "salute" and uses them as a call to arms for ladies everywhere.

And "Salute" really is all about the fairer sex -- but not the weaker one, they are sure to clarify. Jesy, Jade, Perrie and Leigh-Anne take center stage in a dance sequence set in what looks to be an abandoned office, while their male dancers stick to the background. Leigh-Anne gives a smug look from a throne. Jesy and Perrie Edwards even carry their men on leashes.

In essence, this is a girl's anthem at its core, which is exactly told MTV News they were shooting for when we caught up with them earlier this year.

“I think we all absolutely love ‘Salute,’ ” Leigh-Anne said. “We all wanted to write a song — a real proper, empowering girl-power song for such a long time, and for this album we got it. We just love performing it and it kind of, it just sums us up.”