Fifth Harmony, the girl band rocking the charts with releases from their upcoming album “7/27,” said that their new collection of songs is more personal and vulnerable than ever.
Fifth Harmony’s “7/27” will be released in May this year, but the two songs, “Work from Home” and “The Life,” are already playing at various parties and clubs. While these two songs are quite upbeat, the girls have mentioned that there are songs in the album showing off their softer side, too, MTV pointed out.
While talking with Entertainment Weekly, Camila Cabello mentioned, “I think on Reflection, and since we got off of X Factor, we tried to establish what the sound was for Fifth Harmony. What best represented us.”
“With our first album, you heard the 808 urban-leaning drums as a skeleton in some of the songs, like ‘Boss’ and ‘Worth It.’ You can hear that now in ‘Work From Home,’ and you’re gonna be hearing an expansion of that.”
Normani Kordei, another important member of the band on the verge of pursuing a solo career, mentioned that the album is more personal. All girls had their inputs, and what came out was more intrinsic. She promised that people will gain a deeper insight of the girls through their new music.
“We talk about topics from love to heartbreak to confusion about someone. The main thing for all of us was having a ballad, a slower song,” she said.
“Finally, they get to hear more of a vulnerable side to us! We didn’t really have that in Reflection, and that’s something we all fought for,” she added.
The wait for the new album by Fifth Harmony will be over in less than two months. It will be released on May 20.